marzan Saturday, 04/06/19 12:23:13 AM Re: flipper44 post# 221549 Post # of 309852 flipper, interesting to note that the last person had the surgery is 45 months ago. If that person is still alive, his OS is 45 months. We are having more than one person alive now. So if the last person had the surgey is dead already, the remaining patients alive are having OS longer than 45 months. I think we have at least 60+ patients still alive and all of them should have OS at least 45 months. This is amazing. Dr. Bosch said at ASCO 2017 about 100 are alive and are eventing at a slower rate about 2% per month. This gives us about 20% of the 331 trial population is alive for about 4 yrs. It is huge. Am I deducing correct? I don't understand what are we waiting for. I am sure the SOC for 4 yr survival cannot beat this 4yr blended result. Time flew pretty fast. I remember Dr.B's 2017 ASCO presentation like yesterday. And we moved past almost 21 months since then.What the naysayers are betting on? They are just playing with the fire, imo. 4/16 and 4/17 might get them hard, imo.