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nivolumab and ipilimumab medications led to a reduction in the size of tumours in terminally ill head and neck cancer patients

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  • davidfinn
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    She had nothing. She had some mild allergic reaction in the beginning, but we started her on a daily regiment of Zyrtec and after that she was fine.

    Once she overcame all the side effects of Dexamethasone she lead a completely normal life, until the MRI showed the tumor had started growing again.
    Last edited by davidfinn; 10-13-2021, 06:50 PM.

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  • musella
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    How bad was taking it? One of my friends tried that combination and had some really bad side effects.

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  • nivolumab and ipilimumab medications led to a reduction in the size of tumours in terminally ill head and neck cancer patients

    https://www.theguardian.com/society/...ll-finds-trial

    Interesting to see more results, as this is what my daughter tried for her DIPG. The trial results weren't positive, but I can honestly say that while she was on the two medicines it help keep the DIPG at bay. Both MSKCC and Yale thought it was holding back the growth.

    I would have loved to have tried adding on an inhibitor while keeping those two immunotherpies.
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