I'm hopeful that one day this may be the norm instead of the unusual
When Dale was a kid growing up, he was always out in the sun. He worked outside and didn't protect his skin from harmful UV radiation.
Years later, Dale developed scaly patches on his head that later progressed to cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma, the second most common type of skin cancer. Surgeries, skin grafts, and chemotherapy failed to prevent his tumors from spreading. Concerned about his future and having exhausted standard treatment options, Dale enrolled in a clinical trial testing a PD-1 blocking antibody called cemiplimab. The drug eliminated all the tumors on the outside of his head in about six weeks.
Today, Dale has no evidence of cancer and is able to enjoy my life with his wife, Donna, and two children.
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