Brian Trimmer, in his 70s, was first diagnosed with stomach cancer in 2007.
Eighty per cent of his stomach, and part of his oesophagus, were removed the following year.
But, the cancer spread to his lymph nodes five years later, and the diagnosis was terminal.
But, Trimmer took part in a “cutting-edge immunotherapy treatment” trial, and three and a half years later, his cancer is kept at bay.
The trial, which takes place at the Daily Express :: Health Feed