One year on Keytruda
One year to go
This one for my brother Graeme, another Cholangiocarcinoma Warrior
Graeme Holmes RIP 2014 – Graeme you always had such canny luck, but it left you when you most needed it – I think it found me.
I have just had my one year scan result consultation. “Persistent Complete Remission”
Rewind back 1 Year:
July 2017 I had no other options left, I had weeks, not months to live – every breath was a challenge.
My Oncologist just happened to be the head Oncologist for the Keytruda trial – Keynote trial 158, and I fitted the trial criteria.
1 Small Paragraph = 1 Golden Ticket – Maybe?
A few sentences of letters and numbers on my biopsy results
“Absence of MLH1 & PMS2 Proteins which contribute to “dMMR” (Deficient Miss Match Repair) and MSI-High (Microsatellite Instability -High) To further lean on simplicity this means my cancer cells have higher than normal amount of PDL1 proteins.
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