An immunotherapy called CAR T-cell therapy was approved by the FDA last year for children and young adults with relapsed or refractory B cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia. “It will save lives,” says pediatric hematologist-oncologist Rabi Hanna, MD.
Immunotherapy is radically changing the face of cancer treatment, but the number of people who can benefit is still small. Can it help you?
New immunotherapy drugs are helping patients with melanoma live longer. Find out more about recent advances in the fight against this serious type of skin cancer.
Immunotherapy, alone or in combination with other treatments, can help your body fight harder against advanced lung cancer. For some people, it gets results when other treatments have failed.
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Immunotherapy-based strategies may provide new treatment options for patients with glioblastoma.