Rapamycin Availability

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Jose m Says:

I have just found out that i have cancer of the liver. Knowing that there is no known cure i am looking for a drug known as Rapamycin and i need help finding out about its availability. Can it be purchased over the counter? Anyone please help. Thank you.

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Verwon Says:

Rapamycin is used to prevent organ rejection in transplant patients and no, it is only available by prescription under the brand name Rapamune, according to the FDA. You can also find information on it under the name Sirolimus. It's typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, and stomatitis.

Given that has also been known to cause some types of cancer, in some people that take it, I am not sure if a doctor would prescribe it for you.

I am, however, very sorry about your diagnosis. What medications have been recommended for you?

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Jose m Says:

verwon thank you for your reply, the information was shard with me by a pain management md that is another story. any i have been given some choices having #1was going thru a vain in my lower body and planting something in the tumors one week and one the next week also they want to use a dye to view the blood flow all of these would the for need the dye which would needing a machine to clean my 3 times a week i put that on the back burner for # x ray they can not do because i have 2 tumors and the x ray would kill my liver so here am looking for help i am at the early stages at this writing but i don:t have for ever thanks for the feed back hope to get more yours in faith JOSE

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Jose m Says:

thank you for your replays i have out that the medication i was looking is only use in labs not humans yet but , but i will keep looking for any new medicines that can help me there are a limited ways for liver cancer cures. i have liver cancer but cancer dose not have me , keep the faith

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