Drug Targets Cold Tumors’ Achilles Heel

Immunotherapies have emerged as a powerful treatment modality for cancer. They join chemotherapy, surgery, radiotherapy, and other targeted therapies as the “fifth pillar” of cancer therapies. These treatments involve the use of vaccines, cell therapies, and antibodies to activate patients’ immune systems to attack and destroy tumors.

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