An MDX-1106 trial patient

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An MDX-1106 trial patient

by Nhmale on Tue Apr 27, 2010 12:39 PM

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Hi everyone, I noticed that some of you have been asking questions about MDX-1106 and there seems to be little info on the boards about it. I have been a Phase 1b participant in the Boston trial at Beth Israel Deaconess and have had tremendous success with it, as has everyone else I have spoken to in the trial with me.

It has been nothing short of miraculous from my neck down, getting rid of almost all my cancer. It has yet to cross the brain barrier where I have a couple of small mets that we just dealt with through  Cyberknife, but its a small price to pay for my soft tissue being healthy and cancer-free.

I have written about it extensively on my own blog at http://theenemyreturns.wordpress.com/ " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://theenemyreturns.wordpress.com/

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me directly or through the board, I think the word needs to get out about MDX-1106 before Bristol Meyers considers it a low profit drug for kidney cancer patients.

What's a life worth to coroporate profits anyway? Can't put it on an annual stock report.

AK

http://theenemyreturns.wordpress.com/ " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://theenemyreturns.wordpress.com/

 

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