Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors Caused Bad Reaction In ‘Country Ever After’s’ Criscilla Anderson: Why This Happens to Some Fighting Cancer

Published Nov 6, 2020

Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors Caused Bad Reaction In ‘Country Ever After’s’ Criscilla Anderson: Why This Happens to Some Fighting Cancer

Hip Hop dancer turned reality TV star Criscilla Anderson shared a photo of her severe rash — a side effect of immunotherapy drugs for colon cancer — on Instagram. SurvivorNet explains why drugs that help you can also hurt you.

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