Healthcare issues aren’t nationalistic. When one country faces issues with accessing vital medicine or another important issue, others surely may follow suit.
Occasionally, I’ll take on international issues if they are relevant to our community because it could affect my fellow LAM sisters, TSC advocates, & other transplantees I know globally.
Today is one of those days…
LAM Action & Tuberous Sclerosis Association friends, please take heed for future reference for those you serve who may have had transplants or may need them in the future. Even though it primarily affects renal transplantation & drugs now, it sets a dangerous precedent for similar problems with other organs.
Another complication I’ve been seeing frequently occur in some transplant recipients is the increased risk of Cancer (especially skin cancer).
I was hesitant to share this particular news before because I couldn’t find any real sources to verify what phase of clinical trial it was in. But I find this news highly promising. Yet, I’m trying not to get my hopes up too soon.