FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: IBRANCE

User Comments:


For Breast Cancer, Metastatic “Diagnosed breast cancer 1/28/16 metastatic, spine and ilia crest, 3/14/16. Started Ibrance/Letrozole in April. After 24 cycles I am NEAD and original tumor is not showing on PET scans. Recently talked to a woman that was starting cycle 37 so I am extremely optimistic for the future. Side effects are manageable. Wish everyone was this lucky.”

Teresa (taken for 2 to 5 years) February 23, 2018


For Breast Cancer, Metastatic “My oncologist says it is working. How can that be as I have now 3 new masses In the chest?!!! Next Tuesday I will have a biopsy of these 3 new masses.”

Vimacolola55 February 10, 2018


For Breast Cancer, Metastatic “I have been on Ibrance for a few years now, with Fasoldex and Zometa with good results. But I have started taking money from my Roth IRA, and now can’t afford the $780 monthly co-pay. I’m also on Medicare (with supplemental insurance) so I can’t use the coupons. So it is saving my life, but I can’t afford it now. So wrong….”

Socalcargal (taken for 2 to 5 years) February 3, 2018


For Breast Cancer, Metastatic “My wife aged 63 in June 2017 used one 100mg phial. No effect , platelets Hg falls horribly. Ultimately she expired on 18 th July. This was used with Fulvestrand injection.”

Mihir Ranjan (taken for less than 1 month) August 3, 2017


For Breast Cancer, Metastatic “Diagnosed MBC February 2014! In breast and sacrum. Started femara only, no progression till October 2015! Spread to two ribs and spine. Started ibrance with femara and scans got better and better until 2 months ago, scan showed no hot spots!! As far as I’m concerned, in remission!!! Side effects, hair loss, no taste, tired all the time, severe hot flashes, shortness of breath, joint pain, but I can live will it all!! Thank you pfizer and everyone involved in the studies who lived and died so I may live longer!”

Anonymous (taken for 1 to 2 years) August 1, 2017


For Breast Cancer, Metastatic “My mother was given this medication by her oncologist. She had been fine until this medication caused her to lose her appetite. She declined so rapidly that she soon passed. The cancer had not had time spread that rapidly. She was 81, she had metastatic breast cancer in the bones. Her Doctor refused to take off the medication until she insisted and she was on tamoxifen for a week. I don’t believe she should have ever been put on this medication but her doctor is money hungry. The cancer did not kill my mother negligence did.”

lostandalone17 July 29, 2017

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