OtherGround Forums Dear cancer: f you. Sincerely: mbns

6/30/17 9:47 AM
5/28/02
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thanks choadler, busting my ass to make it a reality. 

mbn types are taking a page from the nba handbook and forming superteams... to say fuck you cancer.

http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/health/a26290/we-will-beat-cancer/

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off for a few days on vacation to relax the body and mind. cancer asskicking resuming july 5th. hope to have nice pervy pics to share

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back on topic: fuck cancer!

6/30/17 10:08 AM
11/5/10
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Awesome!!

 

MBN, how much does it piss you off when people claim there is a cure for cancer but drug and medical companies keep it from the public because there is "no money in the cure"?

6/30/17 10:17 AM
8/20/03
Posts: 123895
duckhuntgangsta - 

Awesome!!

 

MBN, how much does it piss you off when people claim there is a cure for cancer but drug and medical companies keep it from the public because there is "no money in the cure"?


People like that are morons.

7/1/17 8:56 AM
5/28/02
Posts: 69530
^ what dougie said. nothing is being kept a secret, and the favebook moms grouo doesnt have the cure either.

cancer is no joke, maybe its easier to buy into tje conspiracy theroy angles, i dont know.

what i do know is that there are tens of thousands of mbns (far smarter than i) working on this, and we will find effective treatments and cures.

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back to the pool
7/5/17 11:19 AM
5/28/02
Posts: 69555
moar superteams formed to make cancer fuck off

https://newswise.com/doescience/?article_id=677075&returnurl=aHR0cHM6Ly9uZXdzd2lzZS5jb20vYXJ0aWNsZXMvbGlzdA==
7/10/17 1:54 PM
5/28/02
Posts: 69584
st judes laying the genomic groundwork to say fuck you cancer

https://www.stjude.org/media-resources/news-releases/2017-medicine-science-news/genomic-analysis-of-key-acute-leukemia-will-likely-yield-new-therapies.html
7/10/17 3:26 PM
8/20/03
Posts: 124299
microbiologynerd - ^ what dougie said. nothing is being kept a secret, and the favebook moms grouo doesnt have the cure either.

cancer is no joke, maybe its easier to buy into tje conspiracy theroy angles, i dont know.

what i do know is that there are tens of thousands of mbns (far smarter than i) working on this, and we will find effective treatments and cures.

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back to the pool

Once in a while I bump into someone who tries to tell me all about the "conspiratard" idea.

I don't let them off lightly.

7/10/17 3:56 PM
2/7/07
Posts: 5594
choadler - I know remission for her disease is a smoke show, but it's one we will gladly take for obvious reasons. The longer the kids can have their mother, especially the 2 year old, the better.

It's amazing to me that she was diagnosed at the same time as 2 of her friends, and the other 2 responded to nothing. Relatively treatable (not cureable at stage 4) type of cancer. The other 2 are long gone.

MBN, quit fucking around. Cure this shit, will you?!? Enough already!

Love the thought of the chrystalization process. Would be a big quality of life improvement, not to mention the financial implications.
choadler, you are one if my favorite OGers. You must be one hell of a guy IRL. Best wishes to your wife
7/13/17 11:11 AM
5/28/02
Posts: 69599
novartis, upenn and car-t gene therapy say fuck you cancer

https://www.pharmacist.com/article/first-gene-therapy-cusp-fda-approval
7/13/17 11:29 PM
1/5/11
Posts: 13972
Machine250 -
choadler - I know remission for her disease is a smoke show, but it's one we will gladly take for obvious reasons. The longer the kids can have their mother, especially the 2 year old, the better.

It's amazing to me that she was diagnosed at the same time as 2 of her friends, and the other 2 responded to nothing. Relatively treatable (not cureable at stage 4) type of cancer. The other 2 are long gone.

MBN, quit fucking around. Cure this shit, will you?!? Enough already!

Love the thought of the chrystalization process. Would be a big quality of life improvement, not to mention the financial implications.
choadler, you are one if my favorite OGers. You must be one hell of a guy IRL. Best wishes to your wife
Cheers, brother.
7/27/17 1:52 PM
5/28/02
Posts: 69729
alabama mbns say fuck you brain cancer

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/07/170724161247.htm
8/18/17 9:07 AM
5/28/02
Posts: 69979

la jolla and ucsf mbns tell sneaky breast cancer defenses to eat shit and fuck off

 

http://www.nature.com/nchembio/journal/v12/n11/full/nchembio.2171.html?foxtrotcallback=true

 

 

8/24/17 12:24 PM
6/22/03
Posts: 5307
I remember when this thread came out a few months ago. I didn't expect to be posting in it...

I was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma on July 1. It's an especially aggressive version, with a very high proliferation index. The doctors tell me that I have a 60-65% chance of beating it (i.e., total cure). Otherwise, it will take over fairly quickly and kill me. I started chemo (R-CHOP), and got through the first treatment with no nausea or ill effects. Another 4 months of treatments to go. My kids are 4 and 7 right now, which is my biggest worry. It's a tough time.

If any other OGers have had lymphoma, I'd love to chat. Send me a PM.
8/24/17 12:45 PM
6/22/03
Posts: 5308
It's totally out of the blue. I've never had health issues of any sort. I've never smoked. I'm 46, I eat well. I used to wrestle competitively, and have stayed fit with bjj and other MA's over the years. I stopped grappling a number of years ago due to nagging injuries and age, but have continued lifting to stay relatively fit. It's quite the shock to get a cancer diagnosis.

Luckily, guys like MBN are out there, putting out cures. There's an immunotherapy (rituxamib) for my cancer, and that gives me good odds.
8/24/17 1:43 PM
4/2/13
Posts: 10624
alley - I remember when this thread came out a few months ago. I didn't expect to be posting in it...

I was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma on July 1. It's an especially aggressive version, with a very high proliferation index. The doctors tell me that I have a 60-65% chance of beating it (i.e., total cure). Otherwise, it will take over fairly quickly and kill me. I started chemo (R-CHOP), and got through the first treatment with no nausea or ill effects. Another 4 months of treatments to go. My kids are 4 and 7 right now, which is my biggest worry. It's a tough time.

If any other OGers have had lymphoma, I'd love to chat. Send me a PM.

Shoot me a pm 

 

father of an 8 years old And currently battling myself, had surgery and it came back and metastisized to my chest as well. 

 

 

8/24/17 2:50 PM
5/28/02
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alley - pm me.
Edited: 8/24/17 9:35 PM
5/28/02
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should probably put this on a different shelf from the zombie viruses. maybe tomorrow.

8/30/17 10:18 AM
5/28/02
Posts: 70138
more nanoparticle advances- theyre basically tiny spartan armies going in to fuck up cancer

http://www.nasdaq.com/press-release/rexahn-pharmaceuticals-receives-new-us-patent-for-supinoxin-20170830-00590
8/30/17 11:35 AM
5/28/02
Posts: 70141
antibody-drug conjugate given fda breakthrough status.

fuck you breast cancer. save the ta tas!!

http://www.onclive.com/web-exclusives/fda-grants-ds8201-breakthrough-designation-for-her2-breast-cancer
8/31/17 9:39 AM
5/28/02
Posts: 70164
novartis car-t therapy approved yesterday. basically this takes a cancer patients own t-cells, jon jones' them, and puts them back in the patient, and cancer is fucked.

the 1st target for this is child leukemia for which most other treatments have failed and the outlook is not good. 52 of the 63 patients given this therapy went into remission. FUCK. YOU. CANCER.

dusty up in this bitch.

https://www.novartis.com/news/media-releases/novartis-receives-first-ever-fda-approval-car-t-cell-therapy-kymriahtm-ctl019
8/31/17 10:02 AM
1/1/01
Posts: 44735
microbiologynerd - novartis car-t therapy approved yesterday. basically this takes a cancer patients own t-cells, jon jones' them, and puts them back in the patient, and cancer is fucked.

the 1st target for this is child leukemia for which most other treatments have failed and the outlook is not good. 52 of the 63 patients given this therapy went into remission. FUCK. YOU. CANCER.

dusty up in this bitch.

https://www.novartis.com/news/media-releases/novartis-receives-first-ever-fda-approval-car-t-cell-therapy-kymriahtm-ctl019

Sweet!

 

FUCK YOU CANCER!

9/3/17 1:00 PM
6/22/03
Posts: 5312
microbiologynerd - novartis car-t therapy approved yesterday. basically this takes a cancer patients own t-cells, jon jones' them, and puts them back in the patient, and cancer is fucked.

the 1st target for this is child leukemia for which most other treatments have failed and the outlook is not good. 52 of the 63 patients given this therapy went into remission. FUCK. YOU. CANCER.

dusty up in this bitch.

https://www.novartis.com/news/media-releases/novartis-receives-first-ever-fda-approval-car-t-cell-therapy-kymriahtm-ctl019

This sounds like revolutionary treatment.

Do you have any idea how quickly it might be available for other cancers? For example, Novartis got FDA 'breakthrough therapy' status for this therapy back in July 2014, in connection with the child leukaemia (ALL) use that just got approved.

This exact same therapy (CTL019) received 'breakthrough therapy' status for my type of cancer, DLBCL, in April of this year. Will it roughly take the same amount of time for FDA approval, i.e., three years? Or is it quicker to get approved the second time around (assuming there are no snags in the clinical trials for DLBCL)?
9/3/17 1:42 PM
9/8/10
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alley - Kite's CAR T-cells for DLBCL will be approved by the FDA very soon - within the next month or two.

9/3/17 1:56 PM
6/22/03
Posts: 5314
McBottery - 

alley - Kite's CAR T-cells for DLBCL will be approved by the FDA very soon - within the next month or two.


Music to my ears. The latest info I've seen is that it received breakthrough therapy status in
April and Priority Review status in May.

Do you have a source for the idea that approval is pending so quickly? (Not to doubt you... just looking to read up on it).
9/3/17 2:10 PM
9/8/10
Posts: 12803

Yep it got breakthrough status, part of which is getting on the fast track for FDA approval (pretty sure this shortens the approval window to 6 months).  Kite has stated their PDUFA date (date by which FDA must let them know by) is November 29th.

The therapy is almost certainly going to be approved, and with Novartis' recent approval it is likely going to be sooner rather than later.