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I was treated for leukemia (CLL) in a CAR T cell therapy clinical trial.
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It was brutal, but I was prepared…I bounced back very quickly.
When Karen Koehler was first diagnosed with leukemia, she was told not to worry too much, and that by the time she needed treatment, there would be several new, excellent therapy options. But things didn’t turn out that way—within three years of her initial diagnosis, she learned the leukemia had shifted into high gear, and was resistant to chemotherapy. Karen decided to pursue an immunotherapy clinical trial of chimeric antigen receptor therapy, or CAR T cell therapy, and today, she is cancer-free.
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