About Me: Female, 57, sutton, United Kingdom, member since Jan 2008
stage 3c ovarian cancer diagnosed in 2002 i have had a long journey of 5 years of chemo 5 lots 6/8 lines each time . i have been advised not to have any more chemo as it will not work , have found out since that i have the BRAC2 genetic fault, and have been put on a ph
[More]ase 1 trial drug called KUDOS.
Just a quick note to say hi!
I recently joined this site but I've been using another ovca support group online.
I'm also BRCA1 and have recently started taking PARP inhibitors. Are you still on them?
I read some of your posts regarding them and of course I would love to compare notes with you. I'm really encouraged by your news that you've been on them relatively long-term.
As I'm new taking the PARP inhibitors, I have a number of questions to ask you as it's really difficult trying to network with people who are on this drug - there isnt enough of us out there!
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