A British cancer patient has turned out to be first person to use tumour shrinking drugs for the treatment of his cancer.
Key Eastwood was diagnosed with cancer in 2012 and was referred to Austin, Texas in the United States of America for further treatment where two cancer shrinking drugs were tried on him.
The tumour size reduced by 70 percent, making it possible for his doctors to make a better diagnosis of his ailment. It is cancer alright but a slightly different form.
The treatment started in August 2015 and in October, 2015, he was transferred to the National Institute of Health in Washington DC to complete the treatment.
This is certainly good news for those with large and small tumours.