1 (edited by PCL1029 Tue, 03 Jan 2012 11:58:10)

Topic: Total New CCA Cases Registered (NOV.1-DEC.31 2011)on this Web site

Hi, everyone,

UPDATED AS OF 1/2/2012

this is the list of CCA  patients  within the last 2 month(nov.1-DEc 31,2011)
that joined this web site.
1.total number=28patients;
2. one patient await liver transplant.

GENDER: Female=16  ; MALE=12
AGE:range=29-80( with 1 unknown)
                 with  1  at age 29 ; 2 in the 30's ; and 7 in the 40's;
               9 in the 50's; 2 in the 60's ;3 in the 70's ;1 in the 80's ;
                        (  10 in the<50's; 1 with no data.)
DIAGNOSIS : intrahepatic CCA=13
                  ; extrahepatic CCA=11
                   not sure ICC or ECC.= 5
(28of the patient DX alone in 2011,with 3 recurrences ;4 passed away)

                  GEM/CIS = Gemcitabine+ciplatin  protocol= 9 patients.
                   GEMOX = Gemcitabine+oxaliplatin protocol=1 patient.
                   GEMOX+panitumimab = 1 patient.
                   GEM/CIS+everolimus  = 1 patient.
                    GEM/CAP+bevacizumab =1 patient.
                    GEMZAR only          =3 patients.
                   5FU protocol +?         = 1 patient.
                   Pacilitaxel(Taxol)       = 1patient.
                    Radiation.                = 1 patient.
                   Not sure about protocol = 5 patients.
Geographic LOCATION: UK=1 pt. Egypt=1 pt;Canada=3 pts ; rest=USA.
God Bless.

Please know that my personal opinion is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. If  provided, information are for educational purposes.Consult doctor is a MUST for changing of treatment plans.

Re: Total New CCA Cases Registered (NOV.1-DEC.31 2011)on this Web site

Hi Percy,

Oops! I meant to post on this thread and not the other one to thank you for gathering the above information. And a Happy New year to you and your family as well!

Best wishes,


Any advice or comments I give are based on personal experiences and knowledge and are my opinions only, they are not to be substituted for professional medical advice. Please seek professional advice from a qualified doctor or medical professional.