Doctor Who Had Terminal Diagnosis Becomes Cancer-Free After First-of-Its-Kind Treatment

Doctor Who Had Terminal Diagnosis Becomes Cancer-Free After First-of-Its-Kind Treatment


A renowned Australian pathologist and oncologist is cancer-free a year after he became the first subject of his own experimental therapy to fight an aggressive form of brain cancer that claims most of its victims in less than a year.

University of Sydney professor Richard Scolyer was traveling throughout Europe last May when he suffered a seizure in Poland, The New York Post reported.

After an MRI back in Australia, the respected doctor received a terminal diagnosis.

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The type of glioblastoma — an aggressive and terminal form of brain cancer — that he had meant he had roughly one year to live, or so he was told.

Scolyer shared on his social media platform X Monday that a year after his diagnosis, he was cancer-free.

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