Good morning. As everyone knows these past couple of years have been a boom for lung cancer. New treatments, new uses for older drugs, new techniques and better survival chances. In my 22 years as a cancer patient I have not been given Immunotherapy as a treatment, or option for that matter. I have multifocal adenocarcinoma of the lung. The best way to treat my cancer the last two times has been with SBRT. (https://www.mdanderson.org/treatment-options/stereotactic-body-radiation-therapy.html). It has been extremely successful for me. I don’t even know if Immunotherapy would be an option at all.
But for those of you with NSCLC there are options now. https://lungcancer.net/news/fda-keytruda-nsclc/
Has anyone discussed this option with their doctors?
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