Monthly Archives: January 2013

Jamais reposé

This clinical trial, while I think it’s doing wonders for my cancer, leaves me feeling tired, like the kind of tired when you have to get up earlier than usual to attend a conference for work or something and it’s … Continue reading

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Day three

It’s day three of the ganitumab and MEK 162 trial. Ganitumab is an insulin-like growth factor receptor inhibitor and the MEK 162 blocks a pathway where I have mutations, and that’s about all I can say about that. So far, … Continue reading

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Year in review

In the way that people do, I started thinking about 2012 and everything that happened. I think I cried and threw up (sometimes at the same time) more than I ever have in my life. A lot happened. I have … Continue reading

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