Thought some might like to know these daily injections do not mean having to move to where the trial is. Yes I’m naive. That’s what I thought when I first read it. I talked to the nurse and they teach you how to give yourself your own daily shot of il10. She explained its like people giving themself an insulin shot. The keytruda of course is the normal in the clinic iv. Sounded like it is up and running but the place I called has no patients yet and she was not aware of how it is doing at other locations.
Thanks Artie, you aren’t naive at all! I would have thought that as well. I imagine you have to call nearby centers to see what is up and running. I hope it works out for you as a plan. Thanks for letting us know this information, very helpful.
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