Dr. Harbour Q & A

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12/3/2012 11:17am
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Just wanted to let everyone know that the CURE OM forum will be hosting a Q & A session with Dr. Harbour on Wednesday 12/5/2012 from 9am EST to 9pm EST.  Post your question on the forum and they will then be forwarded on to Dr. Harbour.  Answers to the questions will be posted on the forum on Monday 12/10/2012.  Also, don't forget about the CURE OM facebook page, that can be found at the following link.

http://www.facebook.com/cureom

Here is the link to Dr. Harbour's segment on CBS Sunday morning.  While yes, the segment was short and geared more towards genetic testing, we must keep in mind that OM was on a national news show.  

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-3445_162-57556650/a-need-to-know-the-worst-n...

The battle was lost, but the war must go on until a cure is found.

ThatHomeschoolDad - (12/3/2012 - 3:51pm)

My question:

Do we have an expected timeframe for HDAC inhibitor trials based on Dr. Harbour's report from November, 2011 (http://news.wustl.edu/news/Pages/23032.aspx) ?

Thanks.

 

--Tom

Keep Rowing!

Chris Jordan - (12/4/2012 - 6:11pm)

I will restate the question I posted on this forum a few weeks ago.  What is the basis for Dr Harbour's statement: "The monosomy 3 test is inferior to the Castle Biosciences test.." Reference: http://talkabouthealth.com/can-a-very-large-choroidal-tumor-truly-be-low-risk-if-shown-so-in-monosomy-3-test-result-i-thought-large-usually-meant-high-risk Is this an opinion or based on some factual evidence? If based on a study or some other analysis, is he able to provide that?

Anonymous - (10/24/2013 - 3:20am)

We want to know the usage of “etc.” at the END of a sentence, that is, as the last word of a sentence. Is it spelled out?