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Is adoptive cell therapy the best available treatment?

Forums General Melanoma Community Is adoptive cell therapy the best available treatment?

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    This abstract from 2009 claims that adoptive cell therapy is the best treatment (available in clinical trials) for metastatic melanoma.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19304471?dopt=Abstract

    I recall reading about this in 2009 while my late wife was stage 4 and struggling with the side effects of chemo.

     

    Frank

    This abstract from 2009 claims that adoptive cell therapy is the best treatment (available in clinical trials) for metastatic melanoma.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19304471?dopt=Abstract

    I recall reading about this in 2009 while my late wife was stage 4 and struggling with the side effects of chemo.

     

    Frank

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