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Day 4 at AACR18 was a special day for CRI’s Dr. Antoni Ribas, and highlighted his and others’ efforts to overcome resistance to PD-1 therapy as well as insights into the role of dendritic cells.
Day 3 of AACR18 highlighted potentially “practice-changing” immunotherapy breakthroughs in lung cancer, and insights into the factors governing immunotherapy’s effectiveness in several other cancer types