Sad to learn of your report.
Forgive my unsolicited question, but why not consider mebendazole?
It has an excellent safety record with few side effects and has been shown to drastically shrink tumors.
Here is an example:
You might even be able to take it in synergy with whatever treatment your oncologist is giving.
On Fri, Sep 12, 2014 at 6:50 AM, L. Stephen Coles M.D. Ph.D. wrote:
All: Although my CA-19-9 lab values gave us some cause for optimism,
my latest abdominal CT-Scan reveals that the metastatic tumor in the
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 with
loss of all replicative stem-cell function from bone marrow to gut
and skeletal muscle satellite cells in particular, we determined to
the chemo treatment that would normally have started two days ago, now
that we have become aware that the tumor has become resistant to this
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
Oncology Medical Division. It is an immune-stimulation trial based
a genetically-disabled Listeria vaccine. I am too tired to explain
now,.but I will attempt to keep you informed in another week. — Steve
L. Stephen Coles, M.D., Ph.D., Cofounder
Los Angeles Gerontology Research GroupE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgE-mail: