BY Emily Dumler

Before I was on a clinical trial, I felt sorry for patients participating in them. I considered clinical trials a last-ditch effort, and felt they marked a really low point in someone’s life.

So, when I was faced with the possibility of being on one myself, my reaction wasn’t at all what I expected. I felt grateful just to have another option — a really viable one that my doctors were excited about. And for the first time in a...

Cancerwise blog post: non-Hodgkin's lymphoma survivor Emily Dumler shares how CAR-T cell therapy clinical trial finally put her cancer in remission