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Diagnosis: Large tumor deep seated in pelvic area attached to rectum. DSRCT
No evidence of disease: 3/18/05
Relapse: 7/05 cancer returns to right femur. Doctors think it may have been missed from orignal diagnosis and been there for the past 18 months.
Hospital - Royal Brisbane Hospital
Passed Away: 01/29/06
- First Line
- Ifosfamide, Etoposide - 2 cycles
- Vincristine, Doxorubicin, Cyclophosphamide - 4 cycles
- Ifosfamide, Carboplatin, Etoposide
- Ifosfamide with Mesna over 22 hours, Etopside over 1 hour, Mesna over 6 hours = Over 5 Days
- Vincristine, Doxirubicin, Cyclophosphamide,Mesna over 1 hour - 1 day treatment
- In addition to above Dexamethasone and Ordansetron
- Tumor was deep-seated in the pelvic area, being attached to the rectum. At the time of initial diagnosis the tumor was the size of a small tissue box. 7 hour surgery removed all the tumor. Difficult to reach, but once they did it came out easily. Had a temporary Ilieostomy.
- Removed right diseased femur (thigh bone).
Stem Cell Transplant
- 25 Treatments
|12/28/03||CT||0||0||A huge mass in the pelvic area.|
|3/15/04||0||Chemotherapy - single day||Vincristine, Doxirubicin, Cyclophosphamide||0|
|5/17/04||CT||0||0||Tumor had shrunk 1/4 the original size|
|8/18/04||0||Surgery||0||Removed all the tumor.|
|2/05||0||Radiation - 25 sessions||0||0|
|3/18/05||0||0||0||No evidence of disease|
|3/22/05||0||Radiation||0||End of radiation treamtnet|
|6/05||PET/CT||0||0||Relapse. Tumor in right femur (thigh bone). No sign of disease in abdomen.|
|7/05||0||Surgery||0||Replace femur that had become diseased.|
|10/05||0||0||0||Relapse. Tumors had spred to other parts of body.|
|12/05||0||0||0||Cancer in spinal cord.|