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TIL Cell Therapy – seeking patient speaker

Forums Cutaneous Melanoma Community TIL Cell Therapy – seeking patient speaker

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    Debbie Churgai
      Hello, I am the Education Program Manager at the MRF. In case any of you have not heard, on February 16 the FDA announced the approval of TIL therapy or AMTAGVI™ the first cellular therapy indicated for the treatment of adult patients with cutaneous melanoma that is unable to be removed with surgery or has spread to other parts of the body that previously has been treated with other therapies. The MRF will be hosting an Ask the Expert webinar on Tuesday, March 19th at 7 pm with Dr. Allison Betof Warner to discuss this newly approved treatment. We are in search of a patient who would be comfortable sharing their experience with this treatment during the webinar. The talk would be about 10 minutes long. If you are interested in sharing, please reply here or reach out to me at [email protected].
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