When Milton Gee first found a lump in October 2004, he had no idea it was skin cancer. It was a lump from a melanoma that had metastasized. From then through January 2007, Milton went through several treatments to no avail – including Interferon and Interleukin, radiation, and more – at Carolinas HealthCare System.
In 2007, he was approached to join a clinical trial for ipilimumab, a new type of drug that treats cancer by empowering the body’s own immune system. After four doses and twelve weeks, he was cancer free.
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