Tag Archive for ‘immunotherapy’
Neoadjuvant immunotherapy: Results in melanoma show promise and pave the way for other solid tumors
It is astonishing to consider that it was only 10 years ago that the first immune checkpoint blockade inhibitor garnered Food and Drug Administration approval. Modern immunotherapy began as single-agent therapy in patients with widely metastatic disease in just a few types of cancer, whereas today, hundreds of different agents targeting various aspects of the […]
Immunotherapy in solid tumors
The role of precision immunotherapy in treating solid tumors is summarized.
Current role of immunotherapy in urologic cancers
The role of immunotherapy in the treatment of urologic cancers is summarized and the efficacy of novel immunotherapeutics, particularly checkpoint inhibitors, are described, which may hold promise for a wide variety of tumor types.