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How do you take Kisqali?

Posted 5 Jul 2017 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com

I'm about to start Arimidex for metastatic ER +ve breast cancer treatment. Can I continue using?

Posted 5 Jul 2017 by JudeAnneMarg 0 answers

... Vagifem low dose pessaries at the same time?

I am female, 56 years old and have been taking capecitabine for five months. I have stage IV breast?

Posted 27 May 2017 by Seekoei 0 answers

... cancer which has spread to my lungs. My onc informed me that I will have to be taking this drug for the rest of my life. I have gained 22 pounds after taking this drug for five months while following a normal diet combined with light exercise. I will not be going into remission so I cannot ...

Did anybody else develop inflamed lungs or pneumonitis while on Ibrance?

Posted 13 May 2017 by knastase 2 answers

After being on Ibrance/Femara for the past 6 months, have now developed inflammatory pneumonitis and was taken off the drug this past month to see if inflammation clears up. This is my 4th round of breast cancer over 20 years and went metastatic 2 years ago. Had previously been on Faslodex ...

Potassium Citrate - I'm concerned about this with tykerb. Has there been any real studies about this

Posted 2 Jan 2017 by Rising star 0 answers

Tykerb is a drug that is prescribed for pts with metastatic breast cancer. In addition I'm also in herceptin

What is the average copay for Ibrance?

Posted 18 Nov 2016 by Lpatillo2001 4 answers

I have stage 4 metastatic breast cancer in my T8 and two spots on my right sacrum. My doctor has just prescribed me Ibrance and after much research I'm terrified of the pricing I've read. Can someone ease my fears of going bankrupt due to this medicine?

What can I do for muscle cramps while on aromasin or tamoxifen?

Posted 1 Oct 2010 by lallah 4 answers

I have leg cramps at night, my feet actually distort to a different shape. If I'am reading a book or magazine, my hands and digits will distort and I have to take my other hand and move it back in place. When I yawn or sometimes when I brush my teeth my jaw will feel like I have lock jaw. what ...

How quickly is Xeloda known to work?

Posted 28 Jun 2016 by happierman1 1 answer

Our oncologist states "4-5 weeks". Background: In March 2016, my wife was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer, metastasized to her liver; and told she would be dead by the end of 2016 IF she sought no treatment. Two weeks later she had her next antigen 27.29 and CEA blood tests/ On ...

Trastuzumab - How long should I stay on Herceptin treatments?

Posted 27 Aug 2016 by Alpha12 0 answers

I was diagnosed with stage IV, Her 2+ breast cancer. I started infusion treatments in November of 2014 every 3 week which included taxotere, perjeta, and herceptin. I am still on Herceptin every 3 weeks. Went off the perjeta after one year. Would like to know about any statistics there are on the ...

Xeloda - Anyone have metastatic triple negative breast cancer? What additional treatments are you o?

Posted 5 Sep 2016 by janfindley 0 answers

... on? I tried Taxol first. Cancer has spread to spine, bones, hips, skull, pelvis, maybe more.

How long does it take for taxol infusion?

Posted 22 Jun 2016 by Lizzie5 1 answer

I am starting my first IV chemo in a few weeks. How long can I expect Taxol infusion to take?

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