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revlimid/sorafenib for treatment of metastic ocular melanoma

Forums Ocular Melanoma Community revlimid/sorafenib for treatment of metastic ocular melanoma

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    margaretrogers57
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    We're at md anderson and I think they're going to try to treat my husband's metastic ocular melanoma with revlimid and sorafenib.  Has anyone heard of these or have taken them for metastic om?  Please help.  Margaret

    We're at md anderson and I think they're going to try to treat my husband's metastic ocular melanoma with revlimid and sorafenib.  Has anyone heard of these or have taken them for metastic om?  Please help.  Margaret

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      lak
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      Margaret,

      I did not reply in Feb as I had no knowledge. Could you share the expereince that you have had with this combination?

      Lesley

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      lak
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      Margaret,

      I did not reply in Feb as I had no knowledge. Could you share the expereince that you have had with this combination?

      Lesley

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      lak
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      Margaret,

      I did not reply in Feb as I had no knowledge. Could you share the expereince that you have had with this combination?

      Lesley

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