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On borrowed time: New clinical trial for children with recurring leukemia

There's a word in cancer care that you're hearing more and more: immunotherapy.

There's a word in cancer care that you're hearing more and more: immunotherapy. This promising treatment is curing some cancers that would otherwise be deadly. But it's not saving everyone. Seattle Children's just launched a new immunotherapy treatment for kids who were out of options. That could include 6-year old Lucy. She's been fighting leukemia for half of her life. Since Christmas Eve, at the age of 3, her days have been filled with hospital stays, doctor's appointments and a near quarantine to protect her vulnerable immune system.

Source: KOMO TV