I was so saddened to hear of Diane’s passing. She was an inspiration to so many of us women who have been diagnosed with GYN Carcinosarcoma. Diane was a bold and brave visionary who loved life and was determined to find a cure. Thank God her legacy lives on through the GCS Project! I wish to extend my prayers and deepest condolences to Diane’s family and I encourage those of us who have this disease to spread the word about the GCS Project. We must keep funding for the research viable and ongoing. I pray for Dr. Birrer and his team every day to make strides in their research and discover new treatments. The fight is not over! Thank you Diane, for your hard work and persistence. We will never forget you!
This looks like a great resource, thanks for sharing this information. Do you know how it compares to Foundation One? I am having surgery in a matter of days and I discussed having my tumor tissue analyzed for chemo sensitivity. Is this the same thing? My surgeon said he could send my sample to Foundation One. It appears that the IBM Watson Genomics test is different having to do with mutations. I would like to try both. Anyone have any experience with this?
The GCS Project is dedicated to finding a cure for Gynecological Carcinosarcoma (aka MMMT), providing current scientifically valid information, and offering a place for the community impacted by this cancer to share stories and hope.