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Cancer Immunotherapies: Transforming Treatment for Patients

Two cancer cells with immune cells attached.
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For decades, surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy have been the mainstay of cancer treatment. While there have been dramatic improvements in survival for some cancers, there has been limited progress against others. 

Fortunately, recent advances in the understanding of how the immune system works and how cancers can evade destruction by immune cells have given rise to a new type of treatment called immunotherapy

Download this listicle to learn more about:

  • Immune checkpoint inhibitors and immune system modulators
  • Adoptive cell therapies
  • Oncolytic viral therapy 

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