I have been on Everidge for three weeks, I have had FIVE MOHs surgeries in the same place the corner of my left eye. Reconstructive surgeries but the cancer is back in the same place. I researched and found Everidge went to oncologist so want this to work to stop the spread on the cancer. No more skin grafts, MOHs, and the other procedures.
Erivedge - How do you know if Everidge is working?
- 19 Feb 2014 by Fowler1950
- 19 February 2014
- eye conditions, basal cell carcinoma, cancer, erivedge, eye
Added 19 Feb 2014:
More surgeries and the idea of facial deformity is truly disturbing to me. My grandfather died without most of his nose, my sister has already had part of her nose removed and I having been fighting this cancer for over 20 years only for it to be back again. I have already had Five MOHs with a 6th one waiting for me. All with reconstructive surgeries to follow the MOHs. The cancer is in the corner of my left eye and the putting me back together after the MOHs is extremely painful and very hard to look at, I Could just stop all medical treatment but I know the cancers will just continue to destroy my skin tissue. This drug (Everidge) has given me hope. Good luck to all of us.
When I started Erivedge could see results in the first few weeks. But found out that you have to remain on it forever... When and if you get off of it, the spots come back. I had to get off of it because of the side effects, which did not occur for several months. Then it was the fatigue. After getting off of it, my hair came out. So had no desire to go back on it, even for a lighter dose. That was when I learned that if you do not stay on it, the growths come back!
I hope you have better luck.
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