Thanks Cosette. I've been taking palbociclib for over 9 months now. (I'm a 'poster girl' on the petition site)I turned 65 last week - unexpectedly! I wasn't eligible for the trials and wasn't really expected to last at all past 2015. Then I wasn't expected to get through 2016 either, until I found an overseas oncologist willing to prescribe and supply it.And it works for me. I spend about $10,000 each month to receive it from overseas. I'm just lucky I had all my superannuation ready to last the next 20 years, which is now being spent on palbociclib instead.It's working so well that I've just completed a 14-week ocean swimming training program with the Can Too fundraising foundation, and competed in 4 ocean swimming races since January 2017. The only side effect I've really noticed is that I need more sleep plus more exercise to keep up the same energy levels. Plus a couple of minor side effects that haven't affected my way of life.Right now, I'm feeling better than I have for the past 5 years, since the first cancer diagnosis. I'm very happy, but I hate it that I am being so blessed with extra quality time on earth due to palbociclib, while most others with breast cancer simply cannot afford it!