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TIL study at NIH

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    sofiaeli
    Participant

    Hi everyone.

    My husband is currently fighting stage IV melanoma and is about to enter the TIL study at NIH.  Anyone have any experience with it? 

    Thanks!

    Melissa

    Hi everyone.

    My husband is currently fighting stage IV melanoma and is about to enter the TIL study at NIH.  Anyone have any experience with it? 

    Thanks!

    Melissa

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      Linda/Kentucky
      Participant

      No but may be looking for something to try if this Ipi does not come through for my husband.  Please keep posting this may be our plan B?  Has your husband done any other tx. up until now? 

       

      Linda/Kentucky

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      Linda/Kentucky
      Participant

      No but may be looking for something to try if this Ipi does not come through for my husband.  Please keep posting this may be our plan B?  Has your husband done any other tx. up until now? 

       

      Linda/Kentucky

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      Jeff G.
      Participant

      Hi Melissa,

      I'm sorry to see no one responded with experience.  Any update on your husband?  My wife is starting the til study this Thursday (surgery stage to remove a tumor).

      Jeff

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      Jeff G.
      Participant

      Hi Melissa,

      I'm sorry to see no one responded with experience.  Any update on your husband?  My wife is starting the til study this Thursday (surgery stage to remove a tumor).

      Jeff

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        LBIO
        Participant

        I know these posts are a little aged but we are involved in these clinical trials. http://www.lionbio.com 

        I'm looking for patient testimonials about their condition and experience with this therapy. If interested, please email [email protected]

         

        Thank you in advance and good luck all.

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        LBIO
        Participant

        I know these posts are a little aged but we are involved in these clinical trials. http://www.lionbio.com 

        I'm looking for patient testimonials about their condition and experience with this therapy. If interested, please email [email protected]

         

        Thank you in advance and good luck all.

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        LBIO
        Participant

        I know these posts are a little aged but we are involved in these clinical trials. http://www.lionbio.com 

        I'm looking for patient testimonials about their condition and experience with this therapy. If interested, please email [email protected]

         

        Thank you in advance and good luck all.

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        suebhut
        Participant

        I am interested in hearing responses to. My husband is on a 6 month waiting list to get this treatment at MD Anderson in Houston. Don't know if we can wait that long.

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        suebhut
        Participant

        I am interested in hearing responses to. My husband is on a 6 month waiting list to get this treatment at MD Anderson in Houston. Don't know if we can wait that long.

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        suebhut
        Participant

        I am interested in hearing responses to. My husband is on a 6 month waiting list to get this treatment at MD Anderson in Houston. Don't know if we can wait that long.

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