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Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma

Years of Research, many doctors, one answer: Rational Therapeutics

After being diagnosed with indolent non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, Terry was given the time to research what his future steps would entail if the cancer became aggressive.

His cancer progressed a few years later, becoming painful and symptomatic. After seeing a multitude of oncologists and specialists, Terry was glad to have researched his best option for his course of treatment: A Rational Therapeutics assay with care by its founder, Robert A. Nagourney, MD How We Test Your Cancer Infographic

"I was diagnosed with indolent non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

My disease was minimal, and I was advised against any chemotherapy unless it became problematic. I was referred to Dr. Nagourney repeatedly by several patients and medical doctors when I learned about the functional profiling assay. But, there was no reason to do an assay before treatment was needed."

"The chemotherapy prescribed by Dr. Nagourney ended in March of 2003. I have enjoyed a deep, full remission ever since — now approaching seven years! This is truly remarkable for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma."

"Over the next several years, I searched many cancer facilities and oncologists trying to determine where I wanted to be if and when I might need treatment. Many doctors I didn't like, and very few were at all satisfying. In these years, the cancer developed quickly and kept me in a lot of pain.  Delaying further treatment was no longer an option."

"By now, I had seen twenty separate oncologists in my battle with cancer.

There was no doubt in my mind that Dr. Nagourney was the one I wanted to treat me. He did an assay on my malignant tissue and offered to treat me any way I liked—a toxic chemotherapy toward a fast remission or slower less toxic therapies. He said whichever I chose; he knew he could succeed at getting me into a long-term remission."


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