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​How Immunotherapy Saved a Stage 4 Cancer Patient’s Life

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Early Detection, Robotic Surgery Help Cancer Patient Avoid Radiation

By MedStar Georgetown Cancer Network

As a loving husband and devoted father, Earl always took his physical health seriously. He never smoked, scheduled annual physicals and went to the dentist regularly. He was doing everything he could to ensure that he would always be there for his family.

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Anesthesia Alternatives for Cathy

How One Cancer Patient Found Alternatives to Traditional Anesthesia

By MedStar Georgetown Cancer Network

When Cathy was diagnosed with breast cancer in December 2015, the thought of having to take narcotics again was one of her primary concerns.

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Immunotherapy and Thymic Carcinoma

Immunotherapy Gave Hope for One Thymic Carcinoma Patient

By MedStar Georgetown Cancer Network

It started as a nagging thought, back in November 2012. I just didn’t feel like my usual self, but I couldn’t define why, precisely. Little things crept into the cracks of my well-being and seemed to erode my vitality.

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Neck Cancer Symptoms

How a Second Opinion Gave One Neck Cancer Patient a Second Chance

By The MedStar Georgetown Cancer Network Multidisciplinary Head and Neck Cancer Team

Prior to his diagnosis, Steve L. was a man who lived life to the fullest. That all changed, however, on March 7, 2014, when he noticed a lump in his neck.

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How Immunotherapy Gave Leta Brown Her Life Back

By MedStar Georgetown Cancer Network

Leta Brown had a wonderful life, along with her husband, two daughters and her stepson. But when she was diagnosed with widely metastatic melanoma, she felt the rug had been pulled out from under her and her family.

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