When Brad Standley felt winded and generally lousy after his regular workouts, he chalked it up to aging. But when his symptoms persisted, he headed to the doctor’s office. Blood tests revealed that he had CML—or Chronic Myeloid Leukemia. In this podcast, you’ll learn how Brad’s treatment with targeted, personalized therapy dramatically improved his life—and his odds of survival.
CML patientIn early 2009, 53-year-old Brad Standley noticed that his regular workouts were getting more difficult and that he was more winded while skiing. At his wife’s insistence, he saw his doctor and blood tests revealed that he had chronic myeloid leukemia (CML). Brad began treatment with Gleevec and within three weeks, his white blood count was well within the normal range.... more >