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Immunotherapy Drugs Slow Skin Cancer That Has Spread to the Brain

Forums Cutaneous Melanoma Community Immunotherapy Drugs Slow Skin Cancer That Has Spread to the Brain

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        While neither the NYT article nor the study in and of itself provide new info to those of us who have been in the trenches with melanoma and brain mets all these years….  I mean, seriously???!!!  How long have we known that immunotherapy works in the brain????  Still, it is good to have one more confirmation that has gone mainstream!!!  For some additional data and link to the real article (as well as my rant!! "Skin cancer???"  Really????  HA!) you can take a look at this post if you like:    

        Wishing you all my best!  celeste


            I thought the same thing when I read the article. I'm happy it has finally made it to mainstream… but good gracious, how long does it take? I'm a firm backer of "scientifically proven"… but oye… the turtle pace sometimes. 


            Agreed, but I'm always happy to see articles in the NYT or other high profile publications to build awareness outside of the melanoma community.


              I was going to read the link you postedd from the NYT but it says broken link.   am I using the correct one

              Thanks RACO



                I think the link that I included in my post is still working.  Don't know why the links as listed don't seem to be.  C

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