The appearance of PD-1/L1 inhibitors about five or six years ago has triggered a frantic fever in the field of cancer treatment. This class of drugs can use the immune system to fight cancer by relieving the tumor’s suppression of the human immune system. For a small percentage of patients,… Continue Reading The path to tumor immunocombination therapy
This aspirin tablet-sized implant made from biodegradable materials will likely activate the patient’s anti-tumor immune response, thereby producing an anti-tumor effect. Implantable tumor vaccine Immunotherapy, which can activate the patient’s own immune system and kill tumor cells, is probably the hottest area of research and development of new drugs today.… Continue Reading Frontiers: Can tumor immune implants become a new breakthrough in cancer vaccines?