FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: KEYTRUDA

User Comments:


For Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer “This medication killed my brother…”

Nancy (taken for less than 1 month) March 12, 2018


For Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer “My brother was diagnosed with stage 4 non small cell lung cancer. After 2 treatments of Keytruda his cancer had spread like wildfire and his health severely declined. He then tried chemo but after just 3 treatments he was too weak and was put in hospice. He passed away just 4 months after being diagnosed.”

Mike’s sis (taken for 1 to 6 months) February 22, 2018


For Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer “Came highly recommended by doc then 3 weeks later my mother passed away from this. The product does not work..even the hospice doctor said only 17% of people get cured..DO NOT GET THIS!!!! I THINK THE GOOD REVIEWS ARE FAKE!”

Anonymous (taken for 1 to 6 months) December 12, 2017


For Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer “I have had numerous treatments over the past 18 months, now these didn’t improve my general health, but that wasn’t very bad at any time. I have now had 4 treatments of Keytruda & find that my general health has improved. My energy levels have certainly risen, certainly not as much tiredness as before, like l can walk 3 mile most days without any bother. Previous to starting this treatment l had great discomfort with fluid on my lung, this discomfort has now gone. I never had any side effects from getting Keytruda, me living a very normal life, long may it continue !!”

Fermanagh Dee (taken for 1 to 6 months) December 6, 2017


For Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer “My father had Keytruda and now he is dead . Stay away from this form of treatment!!!!It does not lengthen your life it shortens it. It also stops all the good in your immunity. Please stay away from this drug!”

Tess Cathy November 17, 2017


For Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer “Had all of the requirements – PD-L1, 90% effaced, did not have the tumor mutations, 1st line of defense. Bought in to the “wonder” drug hype and it FAIL MISERABLY. Cancer metastasized. Now being treated with chemo and responding but it’s too late”

Anonymous (taken for 1 to 6 months) October 9, 2017

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