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The newest form of cancer treatment is based on the concept that immune cells or antibodies that can recognize and kill cancer cells in the laboratory can then be given to patients to treat cancer. Several types of immunotherapy are either approved for use or are under study in clinical trials to determine their effectiveness in treating various types of cancer, including blood cancers.
The topics covered included:
- Overview of immunotherapy
- How immunotherapy works
- Which patients are eligible for immunotherapy
- Getting the latest treatments to patients
Dr. Denis Claude Roy
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- Lymphoma Research: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
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