I've been away from this forum for so long! Is time to update
In resume: In 2015 I had a severe relapse and I was consider terminal but I satarted nivolumab two weeks later and in only 5 weeks two of the monsters had gone and otlhers had decrease a lot. Almost a year after i was in total remission I'm out of any treatment since june 2017 and kept a total remission ( so total remission since 2016!)!
I come here to share my happy ending!After so many years struggling it seems a miracle to me: I recurred 5 times between 2011-2015. anything worked.
Well, my life is finally normal: I finish my master, could start working, had my first job at age 28 and I'm now 30! and I'm also engaged!
Last month I leave a company where i worked 18 months because didn't like my job and I'm starting devoloping my own project as psychologist. I want to support (virtually, through a website) patients and families, also healthcare providers. Making psychology appointments and patient advocate service. What do you think about it?
I've been helping a lot of people who found me because an article published about me in NewYork Times (https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/19/health/ovarian-cancer-immunotherapy.html) but I found it's really hard to give them support and being working 8-10 hours a day in a company. So I want to dedicate my time entirely to this, tha's why i'm trying to be a professional!
You will find out my first name is not Sofia but I can assure you Sofia is one of my main name
You also can see me in the link before in an interview last year
Sending all my love to all of you! Hope all here who struggling now had believe a bit, sometimes is so so dark..it was also for me. At some point in my journey I thought i wouldn't be healthy again and now, i'm here. Almost 8 years after my first diagnose and so many recurrences! Looking for those doctors who listening and be aware of new treatments, it's my advice for you.
Hope I update you soon about my project progress!