Immunotherapies are drugs that use the patient’s immune system to treat cancer by boosting its natural defenses or helping it to recognize a cancer cell as foreign. These therapies have become one of the main ways to treat cancer alongside surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. However, clinicians observe different effects with immunotherapies than those previously seen with traditional therapies.
To better capture the response patterns observed with immunotherapies, clinicians have developed new read criteria. We discuss this in detail in our 14-page eBook.
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