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“As far as we know, immunotherapy on its own would not make patients more susceptible to COVID-19."
There is a broad community of immunosuppressed residents who long ago adopted the habits public officials now tout to avoid contagion.
Experts say treatment decisions should depend on the individual and factors such as cancer stage.
We’re all familiar with vaccines that prime the immune system to prevent infections. Can a similar approach be used to fight cancer?
New research is emerging about how the respiratory virus spreads and how people can protect themselves and others.
$3.3 million Cancer Moonshot grant to study how immunotherapy impacts patients’ ability to fight off bugs
The biological mechanisms responsible for the abscopal effect are still being investigated, but the immune system may play an big role.
Prescribing a medicine for a purpose not approved by the FDA is legal and common. It sometimes leads to new and effective uses of a drug.
The research focuses on natural killer cells, which recognize and attack cells affected by cancer, and genes that help target invaders.
The longer that initially beneficial inflammation persists in our bodies, the greater our risk for health issues.
The first unequivocal proof in humans of immune cells’ cancer-curing power laid the groundwork for cancer immunotherapy.
Researchers have developed a new gene therapy approach for children with severe combined immunodeficiency.
Innovative model to drive understanding of the immune system in health and disease.
Scientists aim to gather knowledge that improves future immunotherapies.
The aggressive cancer counteracts the body’s ability to fight it the same way embryo cells suppress the immune system during pregnancy.
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