What Can Cancer Specialists Learn From Patients Who Beat All The Odds?

(By Carey Goldberg for NPR)

Carol Martin is 67 and has advanced, inoperable pancreatic cancer.

“I have a particularly virulent form of that disease,” she said. “I have squamous carcinoma, which means, according to my doctors, ordinarily the diagnosis to death is usually two months.

“This June is two years out from my diagnosis.” Continue reading the article here…

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