Thanks for that information - who would have guessed that your tea was to blame? I hope you are well.
The defaul tea drunk in my house is Earl Grey, just because I take milk, but my husband takes it black. It's taken over a year for the penny to drop but the oil of bergamot which it contains comes from a shrub closely related to grapefruit and seville oranges. There's no problem with other citrus fruits, but (as with some other prescription medicines) the patient guidelines clearly warn you not to have grapefruit with it. As soon as I stopped drinking Earl Grey my monthly neutrophil count rose, and my red cell count, which had never dropped below the threshold also improved.
Sorry for the tardy response Janebell, but I don't come on here very often. I live in Cornwall, but I believe the Parsifal trial for palbociclib is international, and is still open. "Subjects considered to be eligible comprises of postmenopausal women with ER positive and HER2 negative locally advanced or metastatic breast cancer that have not received any therapy for the metastatic disease". Hope this helps you find a suitable provider, if it is appropriate for you.
Hi just wondered where the trial is for palbociclib?and if they are still accepting patients ?
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