Immunotherapy relies on harnessing the immune system’s anti-tumor activity to eradicate cancer cells. Several forms of immunotherapy-based treatment for cancer are already in clinical use, and many others are currently under development as a promising therapeutic to treat patients in the future.

We have broadly categorized the types of immunotherapy into two strategies: cell-based therapy, where cells are directly injected back into patients via stem cell or specific immune cell transplantation, and soluble factor-based therapy, in which patients are treated with soluble factors, such as antibodies and/or other proteins, which boost the patient’s immune system and anti-tumor immunity.

Click on each of these immunotherapy categories below to learn more:

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