On Sat, 23 Sep 1995, Evan Burns wrote:
Thanks for your encouraging posting. Could you elaborate a bit below?
> Except that the same chemo gave me a complete response and remission for a
> year, it worked marvelously. I am now on another kind of chemo and it is
> working, something else that definitely wasn't supposed to happen.
Which Chemo Drug?
> I think it's also important to consider high dose chemo or an autologous
> bone marrow transplant. Roughly (and this is very rough) high dose chemo
> is where they give you a drug called Nupregen to "build up" your immune
> system after the beating it takes with high-dose chemo.
When Neupogen versus Autologous Bone Marrow? Can they be used
> Unfortunately, there is a problem associated with Adriamyacin, one of the
> most successful drugs in sarcoma; heart damage. Patients can only
> recieve so much Adriamyacin in their lifetime because the effects on the
> heart are cumulative. However, new drugs have been developed which
> protect the heart and do not dillute the power of the chemo.
Could you mention some of these drugs? I am very interested.