From the preventive vaccine for cervical cancer to the first therapy ever proven to extend the lives of patients with metastatic melanoma, immunology has already led to major treatment breakthroughs for a number of cancers. Every cancer type is unique, though, and immunology and immunotherapy are impacting each cancer in different ways.
*Immunotherapy results may vary from patient to patient.
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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