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Nivolumab - I have been on the treatment for 6 weeks...2 drugs at first then wait 2 weeks and have?

Posted 24 Apr 2017 by ocalababe1 0 answers

... one then one then a catscan which I had and it showed it grew a little, They weren't surprised. I have non small cell lung cancer They will probably agree to get my two treatments this week. They had to see the results and approve of it

Nivolumab - has anyone got a rash from opdivo and what if anything helps with it?

Posted 17 Jan 2017 by itchyscratchy1234 1 answer

Have had dry skin since starting opdivo but now it is a dry, very itchy rash that is slowly covering my whole body. Been using aveeno lotion with oatmeal and it is helping less and less. Any remedies would be greatly appreciated.

Does a high LDH level mean Nivolumab isn't working?

Posted 30 Aug 2016 by Traceydoll 0 answers

Patient has metastatic RCC spread to liver

Nivolumab - My husband just did hid second round of Opdivo. His major complaint has been muscle?

Posted 7 Jul 2016 by Lovemycancerfighter 0 answers

... aches. His dr I'd concerned that his lungs may become inflamed. Has anyone had this happen? How long after starting treatment did you start to feel better?

Nivolumab - My husband was recently diagnosed with renal carcinoma. He has metastatic lung desease?

Posted 18 Sep 2015 by Be healed 0 answers

... as a result of the kidney cancer. The kidney and mass will be removed surgically. The oncologist has recommended the Pd-1 phase 3 trial novolumab vs sunitinib for the matestatic Lung desease. I have been reading about it but can't decide if the trial is better then the standard treatment ...

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