12 May 2012
In Sept. 2011 I was diagnosed with NSCLC. Surgery was not an option since it had spread - Stage 4. The doctor told me I had a year to live. I started on Xalkori in Oct. 2011. The side effects are uncomfortable but manageable. My last PET scan (April 2012) showed no active cancer. The doctor says I am not cured, so I will continue the chemo drug. He has retracted his prognosis, telling me no promises but maybe 5 years. The side effects are diarrhea, acid reflux, and vision problems (only going from dark to light). The drug works.
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My shipment of Xalkori came from Ireland with a price tag of $10,037 for a 30 day supply. Are Irish standards more strict than Canadians?
0 answers • 17 Nov 2011
we would really like to speak to anyone who is on this.
2 answers • 9 May 2012
My wife has been using Xalkori since the end of October, 2011. The soreness and pains in her legs and feet seem to be increasing over time. She is a ...
4 answers • 19 May 2012
... Xalkori as a first line treatment. We stopped first round of chemo in order to take this drug. Has anyone done the same? Or am I a test case here?
1 answer • 1 Sep 2013