Skip to comments.Koch Brothers hospital saved my life: Cancer patient
Posted on 03/17/2014 8:01:37 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
Erin Youngerberg learned in 2010 that she was facing a possible death sentence.
I had a mole on my back that started to grow, she told The Post. Dermatologists removed it and said it was nothing. But they called back and said it was a form of melanoma.
And it was the worst possible type of the skin cancer the kind that causes tumors to grow all over the body. But she has new hope thanks to a remarkable drug called Yervoy, developed at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center using millions of dollars donated by billionaire David Koch.
(Excerpt) Read more at nypost.com ...
You just can’t fix stupid ..
NY Nurses Union = Death Panel
Good article. Thanks for the post.
I was told in November 2006 that “they got it all” referring to my significant melanoma tumor. I went to my oncologist for five years and he has released me from further concern. I still go to my dermatologist twice a year. I’m really glad to hear that they now have treatment for this cancer. Back in 2006 it was surgery, pet scan and basically if it spread throughout the body there was nothing that they could do. A friend and colleague of mine died from it about two years before my diagnosis.
How many libs do you see donating this kind of money for something other then another lib politician election.
the Koch brothers have donated hundreds of millions of dollars to hospitals, universities, museums, etc. No leftist has ever given a dime of his own money for anything except to elect RATS. Liberals make me sick.
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