Immunotherapy involves engineering patients’ own immune cells to recognize and attack their tumors. And although this approach, called adoptive cell transfer (ACT), has been restricted to small clinical trials so far, treatments using these engineered immune cells have generated some remarkable responses in patients with advanced cancer. .Adoptive T cell therapy for cancer is a form of transfusion therapy consisting of the infusion of various mature T cell subsets with the goal of eliminating a tumor and preventing its recurrence.
Related Journals of Immune Cell Therapy
Clinical & Cellular Immunology, Immunooncology, Molecular Immunology, Advances in Cancer Prevention, Cytotherapy, Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, Advances in Neuroimmune Biology, Cancer Biology and Therapy, Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy