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This introductory module describes the purpose of the human immune system, components of the immune system, and innate and adaptive immune responses.
The immune system has a well-established role in human cancers. Recently, many advances in the treatment of cancer have been due, in part, to manipulation of the immune system. This module provides users with a brief overview of the history of cancer immunotherapies and includes a description of a newer hallmark of cancer – evasion from the immune system. The module concludes with an explanation of the theories of immune surveillance, immunoediting and the cancer-immunity cycle.
This module provides an overview of the main categories and current status of immunotherapies.
Recall that both the innate and adaptive cells of the immune system are involved in anti-tumor activity.
This module covers the common adverse reactions associated with immunotherapeutic cancer agents.
Practical considerations for assessing response, managing toxicities
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