Immunotherapy's promise against cancer
from U.S. News & World Report
John Ryan was running out of options. Four rounds of chemotherapy had left him severely debilitated but had failed to control his lung cancer, which had now spread to his ribs and hip. The pain was unremitting, he could barely eat and he was so weakened from chemo he couldn't muster the energy to walk down his driveway. "The tumors were progressing exponentially," recalls the 71-year-old retiree, a nonsmoker who spent much of his nearly 30-year Navy career working on nuclear submarines. "And I was devastated." An experimental drug offered his only hope.
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