Peter Jennings Would Be 82 Today: We’ve Learned A Lot About Treating Lung Cancer Since His 2005 Death

Published Jul 29, 2020

Peter Jennings Would Be 82 Today: We’ve Learned A Lot About Treating Lung Cancer Since His 2005 Death

The ABC news anchor announced his diagnosis on-air in 2005, saying, 'Okay Doc, when does the hair go?" He passed just four months later. Immunotherapy is now changing the outlook for those with the disease.

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