• 16Apr
    Written By Lars Haakon Soraas

    Dyanne did an MRI last week and a CT scan this week. We learned the results of both this week and both scans look good, i.e. showing cancer is shrinking in some places and stable in other places. Furthermore, there are no new lesions either. The weekly blood was also good. The main reason for the shrinkage is (almost certainly) the new medicine Dyanne started in February, Tagrisso (osimertinib/AZD9291).

  • 10Apr
    Written By Lars Haakon Soraas

    -Peptide vaccine in Germany is proceeding. It will consist of some short and some long peptides. Production of the short ones started this week. And the long ones should hopefully start this coming week. It seems it will be possible to get the peptides mixed with dendritic cells. Whether we can pull off the intratumoral injection remains to be seen. If we do injection in the arm, it seems pre-conditioning the vaccine site with tetanus/diphtheria toxoid is a good idea.

  • 03Apr
    Written By Lars Haakon Soraas

    Week 32 in the war on cancer has passed.Here are the main highlights:

    -Dyanne has been in good shape pretty much all week. A bit tired every now and then, so she has taken a nap during the day on some days.

    -Blood test done this week was all good.

    -We have decided to work with Dr Jason Sager and his company Sagely Health. They will help identify promising treatments and maybe also help on making decisions and coordinating treatments.

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