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Old Sat Sep 29, 2007, 12:37 AM
Cathy Cathy is offline
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After Revlimid

I have been on Revlimid since Jan. 06. I went into complete remission after about 6 weeks. However, my WBC and platelets have steadily decreased in the last several months and my doctor wants to try dacogen or vidaza. My platelets are 33 and my ANC is .7. My red blood cells are still in the normal range. I would like to hear what works for people who responded to Revlimid and moved on to a new treatment after Revlimid stopped working.
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Old Tue Apr 29, 2008, 11:07 PM
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I Have Had Aml Since June Of 2007. I Started With Blood Transfusions Almost Every Week Until The Begining Of December Then The Red Count Started To Go Up. Now It Is 13. The White Count And Platelets Are Low . They Say That Is What The Medicine Does. I Just Had A Bone Marrow Test Yesterday To See What Is Going On. How Are You Making Out??
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