Do hope Eclipse works.
Do you know if its being done elsewhere in the U.S.?
All the best,
Geborah Goldberger PhD
8665 Wilshire Blvd., Suite #220
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
On Sep 12, 2014, at 12:05 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I hope the Eclipse trial will be successful. Keep us updated.
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On Thu, 11 Sep 2014 19:55:07 -0700 “L. Stephen Coles M.D. Ph.D.”
> All: Although my CA-19-9 lab values gave us some cause for
> my latest abdominal CT-Scan reveals that the metastatic tumor in
> right lobe of my liver has increased in volume by 50% from 3.5 cm
> to 7.1 cm. As the tumor cells were laughing at the chemo poison,
> the Taxotere was systematically destroying the rest of my body
> loss of all replicative stem-cell function from bone marrow to gut
> and skeletal muscle satellite cells in particular, we determined
> to terminate
> the chemo treatment that would normally have started two days ago,
> that we have become aware that the tumor has become resistant to
> treatment. As a substitute treatment, I am seeking to enroll in a
> clinical trial called ECLIPSE being run in part out of the UCLA
> Santa Monica
> Oncology Medical Division. It is an immune-stimulation trial
> based on
> a genetically-disabled Listeria vaccine. I am too tired to
> explain more
> now,.but I will attempt to keep you informed in another week.