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my scans are clear and I am still NED

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    LynnLuc
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      my scans are clear and I am still NED…my thyroid is still reacting and now it is no longer “not functioning” but has bounced up to the high side LOL…also seen as good! They took pics of my thighs today and Doc laughed and said I would be famous lol…I said I am blessed…I begin the 2nd Twelve week cycle on Dec 22.

      my scans are clear and I am still NED…my thyroid is still reacting and now it is no longer “not functioning” but has bounced up to the high side LOL…also seen as good! They took pics of my thighs today and Doc laughed and said I would be famous lol…I said I am blessed…I begin the 2nd Twelve week cycle on Dec 22.

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        lhaley
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          Yahoo!!!!  So glad to hear!

          Linda

          lhaley
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            Yahoo!!!!  So glad to hear!

            Linda

              LynnLuc
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                the trauma we go thru…ugh…I am super happy…just oh so tired…had back-to-back days last week  then back-to-back  this week  and  now next week… The drive down is only about 1  1/2 hours  but the schedule is always long and stressful!

                LynnLuc
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                  the trauma we go thru…ugh…I am super happy…just oh so tired…had back-to-back days last week  then back-to-back  this week  and  now next week… The drive down is only about 1  1/2 hours  but the schedule is always long and stressful!

                  LynnLuc
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                    PS..I hafta tell ya…I am getting a bit pouty when it comes to the injections and the blood draws and the contrast dyes and todays pheresis..whimpy a lot lately and its just that I am tired of getting things stuck in my skin and hurting…I know it's much to do about nothing…but I had to whine one more time today!!! =:o)

                    LynnLuc
                    Participant

                      PS..I hafta tell ya…I am getting a bit pouty when it comes to the injections and the blood draws and the contrast dyes and todays pheresis..whimpy a lot lately and its just that I am tired of getting things stuck in my skin and hurting…I know it's much to do about nothing…but I had to whine one more time today!!! =:o)

                    King
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                      Great news!!!  Celebrate!  (Why did they take pics of your thighs?)

                      Stay Strong

                      King

                      Stage IV 7/05 Liver mets

                      King
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                        Great news!!!  Celebrate!  (Why did they take pics of your thighs?)

                        Stay Strong

                        King

                        Stage IV 7/05 Liver mets

                          LynnLuc
                          Participant

                            well it sure wasn't for playboy LOL More like the farmers swine journal!

                            I think the pictures are to show the very large hard lumps, red, itchy, hot and loaded with T cells…reacts to the MDX 1106. when I get one set on one thigh it  causes all the other sites to react as well…The memory of T cells…They did apheresis ( leukapheresis) today to see where my immune system is…I just hope it works and works and works!!

                            Primary

                            1. To assess the safety and tolerability of treatment with anti-PD-1 human monoclonal antibody MDX-1106 in combination with a peptide vaccine comprising gp100:209-217(210M) peptide, MART-1:26-35(27L) peptide, gp100:280-288(288V) peptide, NY-ESO-1 peptide, and Montanide ISA 51 VG in patients with HLA-A*0201-positive, resected stage IV melanoma.

                            Secondary

                            1. To evaluate the immune response to this treatment at week 12 compared to the immune response to treatment with the peptide vaccine alone that was determined in previous studies.
                            2. To assess the host immune response (immunogenicity) to anti-PD-1 human monoclonal antibody MDX-1106.
                            3. To assess, preliminarily, the efficacy of this treatment as measured as time to relapse.
                            LynnLuc
                            Participant

                              well it sure wasn't for playboy LOL More like the farmers swine journal!

                              I think the pictures are to show the very large hard lumps, red, itchy, hot and loaded with T cells…reacts to the MDX 1106. when I get one set on one thigh it  causes all the other sites to react as well…The memory of T cells…They did apheresis ( leukapheresis) today to see where my immune system is…I just hope it works and works and works!!

                              Primary

                              1. To assess the safety and tolerability of treatment with anti-PD-1 human monoclonal antibody MDX-1106 in combination with a peptide vaccine comprising gp100:209-217(210M) peptide, MART-1:26-35(27L) peptide, gp100:280-288(288V) peptide, NY-ESO-1 peptide, and Montanide ISA 51 VG in patients with HLA-A*0201-positive, resected stage IV melanoma.

                              Secondary

                              1. To evaluate the immune response to this treatment at week 12 compared to the immune response to treatment with the peptide vaccine alone that was determined in previous studies.
                              2. To assess the host immune response (immunogenicity) to anti-PD-1 human monoclonal antibody MDX-1106.
                              3. To assess, preliminarily, the efficacy of this treatment as measured as time to relapse.
                            dian in spokane
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                              Lynn,

                              Great news! I was so looking forward to hearing from you today. I just decided to check one more time before shutting down for the night,. I'm so glad you posted.

                              dian

                              dian in spokane
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                                Lynn,

                                Great news! I was so looking forward to hearing from you today. I just decided to check one more time before shutting down for the night,. I'm so glad you posted.

                                dian

                                Jerry from Cape Cod
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                                  Lynn,

                                  What great news, thanks for sharing.

                                  Jerry from Cape Cod

                                  Jerry from Cape Cod
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                                    Lynn,

                                    What great news, thanks for sharing.

                                    Jerry from Cape Cod

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