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How a LAM diagnosis changed a 17-year-old's life

Posted on April 28, 2022   |   
Author: Ronni Berke

When spring arrives, most high school seniors are gearing up for graduation, prom, and going away to college. Not so for 17-year-old Adrianaliz, who was in the hospital, unable to breathe. When she found out she had LAM, her heart shattered. The teenager spent her last two months of high school with a chest tube, missing her birthday and other memorable moments, including the final days of her beloved grandmother.

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Topics: diagnosis        Categories: Patient Profiles

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Q&A: The MILED Trial

Posted on September 25, 2018   |   

Published 9/25/2018, Updated 2/17/22

The MILED Trial is a currently enrolling study led by Dr. Frank McCormack, Scientific Director of The LAM Foundation. The trial seeks to answer an important clinical question about early treatment of LAM. That question is: “Does early treatment of mild LAM symptoms with low dose sirolimus stop progression of disease and cyst formation in the lungs?” The answer to this question will benefit patients with LAM all around the world.

Here, we answer your own questions about the MILED Trial. 

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Topics: clinical trial Dr. Frank McCormack MILED Sirolimus        Categories: Educational Resources