A periodic list of methods, tools and people driving research and development. Our scientists present 10 tools and strategies helping to advance immuno-oncology
The tools with which cancer immunotherapy has been studied go back to the 1950s, when mouse cancer cells were implanted subcutaneously in syngeneic mice. Today’s much bigger and more diversified toolbox is helping us understand tumor immunogenicity and immunotherapy. The recent approval of immune checkpoint inhibitors shows how far we have come in our understanding about how to use the immune system effectively to fight cancer. Here are 10 current-day immuno-oncology tools and trends that are bringing this hot area of cancer treatment to the next level. The list is not ranked.
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