Just as Important as Repurposed Drugs

I am writing this because my friend Evan is in hospice. Repurposed drugs kept him alive with Glioblastoma and quadrupled his survival from 12 months to 48 months, but the standard of care kept his cancer growing.

Evan is my friend and colleague who inspired the writing of my book. And for nearly four years, he was winning the fight against his brain cancer, Glioblastoma, by adding repurposed drugs to the standard treatment. But now, that standard treatment seems to be causing more harm than help. It fueled the regrowth of his cancer.

That is correct. You heard me right.

The standard of care kept his Glioblastoma growing. Evan received this standard treatment not on my advice, but on the advice of a major US Cancer Treatment Center.

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