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  • Immunotherapy cancer drugs may impact vision Immunotherapy cancer drugs may impact vision
    Although it is rare, knowledge of this risk is important both for the ophthalmologists who treat it and for the oncologists prescribing the anti-cancer treatment, say Michigan Medicine researchers. The cases of three recent patients, published in JAMA Ophthalmology, highlight the issue. Patients receiving immune checkpoint inhibitors developed uveal effusions and eye inflammation that affected their vision.
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The Spring issue of THRIVE is online

William McCallum and Michael McCallum

Lights. Camera. Action.

William McCallum is living with stage 4 neuroendocrine cancer and it's far from easy to live with. Most days McCallum feels well enough not to think much about having cancer. Having put his faith in his doctors, he aims not to worry. Acting in films for Rebel Pictures -- with his son, Michael -- has been both a welcome distraction and a creative outlet.