I’m not sure this is the right place to post this but have to start somewhere. To Merry, the young lady with lung cancer taking Keytruda. In June 2019 I was diagnosed with stage IV NSCLC, it was in my lymph nodes on my spine and a tumor in my head. The Oncologist looked my wife and I straight in the eyes and announced “you have 6 months, maybe a year, if your lucky”. I remember getting angry, “who do you think your talking too”? After 3 rounds of chemo, I told the Dr no more, the side effects made a complete invalid out of me. I wasn’t willing to live that way. We went on immunotherapy Keytruda after an MRI that showed very little, if any, improvement. Aug 2019 MRI showed a considerable shrinkage in the tumor. At that time I started a regiment of unprescribed medication in addition to Immunotherapy/Keytruda. Dec 2019 the lymph nodes were clear, the tumor had shrunk considerably. I continued this treatment and a PET scan in May 2020 showed I was cancer free, it was ALL gone. The Dr referred to me as a miracle. As of today I am still cancer free and intent staying on Keytruda as long as I can. I got the same 2 year limit on Keytruda but am going to challenge that. So, Merry, never give up, never. I was 79 years old when diagnosed, am now 81. I’ve learned prayers work. I sincerely hope this helps in some small way.