Positive Results for GDC-0032

A wonderful spring is on its way to the Granite State. The igloo has melted, the lake has thawed, and Lisa continues to respond well to her current treatment. She just started the fifth, 28-day cycle of GDC-0032 and the main side effects continue to be weakness and fatigue.

Lisa is not alone in responding well the GDC-0032. Just this week, at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Cancer Research, very positive results were reported for the GDC-0032, phase 1a, clinical trial*. Lisa is in the phase 1b group and the result of her study group will be reported at a later date.

Have a great spring 2013!

* Here’s a link to an article about the clinical trial results:

Next-Generation PI3 Kinase Inhibitor Demonstrated Early Efficacy, Safety

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6 Responses to Positive Results for GDC-0032

  1. Maureen Meehan says:

    I’m so elated to hear the good news! Spring is a season when all new live begins! I hope Lisa you soon begin to feel the of energy that the season brings. All my love and prayers are with you, Scott and the girls everyday!!!
    I miss so you much!
    Love, Maureen

  2. That’s good news, Scott. Thanks for sharing it! Best to you all.

  3. Ed and Mary Ann says:

    Happy Spring…an answer to our prayers…
    Ed is down at The Masters this week and coming home tonight…a thrill….

    Thanks for the update,
    Mary Ann and Ed

  4. Jacqueline Dubiel says:

    I am so happy to hear about your good news for the SPRING! Please God, let it continue! Prayers and hugs, Jackie

  5. Wonderful news! Love from B’ham oooxxx T.

  6. Cathy Baglio says:

    This is such good news! Thank you for keeping us updated. I think of you often. I miss you and love you. Cathy

    Sent from my iPad

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