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Archive » 1994 » 4 » | Archive » Medical field » Fields » Microbiology and Immunology » Archive » Medical field » Fields » Oncology »

Immunotherapy of Tumors

 
Abstract:

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Immune interventions were introduced in the treatment of human cancer about 100 years ago. Thanks to the development of mon­oclonal antibodies and molecular gene tech­nology during the past 15 years, cancer immunotherapy has changed dramatically, mak­ing an exeptionally rapid progress. The paper reviews briefly the major advances in cancer immunotherapy, including various immunisa­tion techniques, treatment with cytokines and their analogues, and the use of monoclonal antibodies and immune cells cultured in vitro.

Authors:
Ihan Alojz

Keywords:
neoplasms-therapy, immunotherapy

Cite as:
Med Razgl. 1994; 33: 491–500.

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