Immunotherapy is a cancer treatment that works by boosting the body’s immune system. Some patients achieve full remission, meaning all signs of their cancer have disappeared. However, these patients can potentially have serious side effects called immunerelated adverse events (inAEs), which can affect almost any organ. Join Dr. Kerry Reynolds as she provides an immunotherapy overview. She will also discuss the urgent need to understand how and why immune-related adverse events occur and how to best manage them.

Dr. Reynolds will be joined by Regina Santamarina, a family member of a patient with first-hand experience of these conditions. We are so grateful to her for giving her unique and personal perspective.

Speaker: Kerry Reynolds, MD

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This online program is free and open to MGH staff, patients, and the general public.

The Blum Center has moved our programs online using a platform called Zoom. All programs are free and open to Mass General staff, patients and the general public. To attend this program, follow the Zoom link.

This program is a collaboration between the Maxwell & Eleanor Blum Patient and Family Learning Center and Mass General Cancer Center.