Deb W Posted May 9, 2020 Share Posted May 9, 2020 Hi everyone, I will be starting treatment May 18. It's been an overwhelming 10 days. I feel I'm researched out! I have been asked if I would like to participate in a clinical trial. Basically they are using the drugs that my Oncologist plans on using but the sequencing would be different. The trial would be testing the timing of immunotherapy alone or with chemotherapy as first line treatment and maintenance in non-small cell lung cancer. I am wondering if anyone who has been in a trial and if you think it's beneficial. The only risk I see is that if I'm in the group that only gets immunotherapy alone first - it seems that getting to the cancer would be slower that way rather than starting out with a combo of chemo and immuno. I sort of feel like I need some kind of course to keep up with all this stuff. I'd really appreciate any thoughts you might have on this. Is it o.k. to attache the trial document here? G.A.M. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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