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Given the increasing use of immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs), a concomitant rise in adverse events is inevitable…We found the staggering difference of incidence of fatal adverse events (FAEs). FatalContinue reading
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“These side effects can happen and, when they happen, they can be severe and lethal,” Ryan J. Sullivan, MD, Living with incurable cancer since 1994 has taught me that conventional oncology understatesContinue reading