Xalkori has rendered all my son's ALK+ NSCLC below the neck undetectable. He had primary right tumor, pleural effusion, and mets to left lung, neck and chest nodes, sternum, pelvis, spine. He still has many tiny brain mets that are improving since WBRT 2 1/2 months ago. While he's in a position of relative strength, is there any kind of aggressive intervention he might ask his doctors about, something that might improve his chances over just being vigilant and playing defense against any recurrences?
Fri, 02/07/2014 - 13:44#1
Any Opportunity to be Proactive now that Xalkori has Established Some Control? - 1262117