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Anyone seeing success with TVEC injections with Keytruda for melanoma?
Hi, I'm William G S.
I had reached stage 4 , and after 5 surgeries and they kept spreading my oncologist tried yervoy without any success. He then put me on the keytruda even stil it kept spreading. I had learned about the Imlygic drug that you are on. After about 4months of the injections and the keytruda they stared to go away. By 8 months they had all gone away. They kept me on the keytruda for a few more months…   Read more…

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Created Jul 17, 2014 in Ducky Droofles' resources ·
This video is from the 3rd Annual (2013) Eye Am Not Alone Patient Retreat. This video is an excellent resource for Ocular Melanoma patients.
Updated Apr 12, 2011 in Navigating Care's resources ·
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) Guidelines for Patients are available free of charge and designed to provide treatment information in language easily understood by the general publ... more
Updated Nov 12, 2010 in Caregivers Support Group's resources · Like1
About: AIM at Melanoma is hosting educational symposiums around the country at world renowned melanoma centers for patients and the people who support them. Leading melanoma experts will discuss em... more

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