The first in a provocative series on the complexities of advanced therapeutic approaches to cancer
By Jeff Brockman and Joel Sandler of Cello Health BioConsulting
“In 1890, the Russian playwright and physician Anton Chekov (pictured above) wrote a letter in which he alluded to a centuries-old observation that infections seemed to slow the growth of malignant tumors. For Chekov and most others of his time, the observation held little meaning. For William Coley, however, it fueled a medical crusade.
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