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Immunotherapy Medications

Immunotherapy helps the immune system find and attack cancer cells, which can sometimes hide from immune cells or turn off natural immune responses. Some immunotherapies mark cancer cells and make them easier for the immune system to recognize. Others boost the activity of T cells or other immune cells against tumors.

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DRUG Bavencio
Bavencio (avelumab)
GENERIC NAME avelumab
COMPANY EMD Serono
DRUG Imfinzi
Imfinzi (durvalumab)
GENERIC NAME durvalumab
COMPANY AstraZeneca
DRUG Keytruda
GENERIC NAME pembrolizumab
COMPANY Merck
DRUG Kymriah
Kymriah, tisagenlecleucel, CAR-T
GENERIC NAME tisagenlecleucel
COMPANY Novartis
DRUG Libtayo
Libtayo cemiplimab
GENERIC NAME cemiplimab-rwlc
COMPANY Regeneron/ Sanofi
DRUG Opdivo
GENERIC NAME nivolumab
COMPANY Bristol-Myers Squibb
DRUG Pomalyst
Pomalyst pomalidomide
GENERIC NAME pomalidomide
COMPANY Celgene
DRUG Provenge
Provenge prostate cancer vaccine
GENERIC NAME sipuleucel-T
COMPANY Dendreon
DRUG Revlimid
Revlimid, lenalidomide
GENERIC NAME lenalidomide
COMPANY Celgene
DRUG Tecentriq
Tecentriq (atezolizumab)
GENERIC NAME atezolizumab
COMPANY Genentech
DRUG Thalomid*
Thalomid, thalidomide
GENERIC NAME thalidomide
COMPANY Celgene
DRUG TICE
TICE, BCG, Bacillus Calmette-Guerin
GENERIC NAME Bacillus Calmette-Guerin
COMPANY Merck/Organon Teknika
DRUG Yervoy
Yervoy (ipilimumab)
GENERIC NAME ipilimumab
COMPANY Bristol-Myers Squibb
DRUG Yescarta
GENERIC NAME axicabtagene ciloleucel
COMPANY Kite, a Gilead company

Last Reviewed: October 21, 2019


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