Setting The Record Straight: Alex Trebek Will Not Abandon All Treatment If Experimental Immunotherapy Fails

Published Jul 21, 2020

Setting The Record Straight: Alex Trebek Will Not Abandon All Treatment If Experimental Immunotherapy Fails

A New York Times profile of Trebek suggested he planned to stop treatment if his experimental immunotherapy failed. As other news outlets repeated the inaccuracy, a spokesperson sets the record straight.

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