Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Cancer immunotherapy drug simultaneously targets two proteins that block immune response

Two groups of researchers, working independently, have developed a type of drug that simultaneously targets two proteins involved in suppressing the body’s immune response against tumors to try to develop more effective immunotherapies. A growing number of patients with cancer have benefited from drugs that help the immune system fight cancer, such as immune checkpoint inhibitors. But most patients with cancers do not respond to these treatments.

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