New immunotherapy saved this mom’s life: ‘I never gave up hope’

Today, Emily Dumler is healthy and back home with her family. This is her story.
Emily Dumler, now 36, enjoyed everything about being a stay-at-home mother of three small children — until a diagnosis of an aggressive and deadly form of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma threatened her life.
Emily was given new hope in July 2015, when she became one of three people in the world to take part in a pioneering gene therapy clinical trial. Today, she is cancer-free and working as the director of religious education at her Catholic church in Kansas.

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