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We have had our sleep number about 9 years. It has been ok, but we are replacing it (reason I’m looking at mattress reviews). Not sure it is worth the money?? But has been ok. Customer service has been good for us. We have had to replace the electronic control 3 times since it was under warranty we got new ones(no charge). Last year the side ripped out so the air mattress bulged out the side. Spent $600 (still had a partial warranty) and replaced the outside of the mattress. But it still has developed a divide down the middle (split king mattress). I purchased a foam pad to try and fill in the divide. I then purchased a gel pad and then a fluffy $300 mattress topper. I wish I would have put my money towards a new mattress instead. But had spent so much on the sleep number bed I thought I could make it better. But no. Also because it is filled with air it is light weight and shifts towards my husband’s side. We have it on a pedestal bed and I really don’t recommend this. Get a bed with a footboard and maybe sides too. I don’t know if this would have kept it from moving. We purchased it directly from Sleep Number in the mall.
In the refractory anaplastic astrocytoma population, the overall tumor response rate (CR+PR) was 22% (12/54 patients) and the complete response rate was 9% (5/54 patients). The median duration of all responses was 50 weeks (range: 16–114 weeks) and the median duration of complete responses was 64 weeks (range: 52–114 weeks). In this population, progression-free survival at 6 months was 45% (95% CI: 31%–58%) and progression-free survival at 12 months was 29% (95% CI: 16%–42%). Median progression-free survival was months. Overall survival at 6 months was 74% (95% CI: 62%–86%) and 12-month overall survival was 65% (95% CI: 52%–78%). Median overall survival was months.