The person who had been diagnosed for 5 years for lung cancer had not received a proper diagnosis
Updated: 6:42 PM EDT March 1
Five years ago, Paul Bell received a terrible diagnosis: metastasized lung cancer. At least that is what two different doctors thought. It was dealt with during that time, but it came to him that he was worse than ever. He decided to get another idea at the St Oran's Center for Precision Oncology, where all 20,000 cancer genes are tested with genomic sequencing. Most hospitals do not test 600. When he discovered that he had a different type of cancer than his other doctors believed. Watch the video above to learn more about Paul's story.
Five years ago, Paul Bell received a fearful diagnosis: metastasized lung cancer
Or at least that is thought by two different doctors. It was dealt with during all that time, but it came from feeling worse than ever. Most hospitals only test 600.
He discovered that he had a different type of cancer than his other doctors believed.