From The Oncologist: At age 29, Peter Morgan, an internist-in-training who intended to pursue a career in hematology and oncology, noted a mass on his leg. Tragically, metastasis to the lungs had already taken place at the time of diagnosis of a synovial sarcoma. There followed the all-too-familiar story of chemotherapy and experimental treatments, pain, debilitation, and ultimately demise, and in itself this experience would move us with the sorrow of a precious life lost. What makes this particular story so remarkable are the insights of this young physician and the struggle for survival of a spirit that would not succumb to the "chaos" of cancer.
DJE: This is an extraordinary documentary. It is very hard to find and hopefully, Mrs. Drazen will make it available through some organizations. Dr. David Biro introduced me to this.
LIGHTS ON, RATS OUT (2017)
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