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Modelling Cancer for Immuno-oncology Applications: Past, Present & Future

Cancer therapeutics have come a long way in a short time span, leading to significant paradigm shifts in drug discovery. The emergence of checkpoint inhibitors that target T lymphocytes has dramatically altered cancer treatment, availing a plethora of new opportunities that leverage the immune system either as a monotherapeutic, or increasingly within combinatorial treatments, in the clinical management of patients. Ivan Gladwyn-Ng at Taconic Biosciences reveals how a review of the past, present, and future of humanised models to support immuno-oncology demonstrates how these essential tools are helping researchers in their quest to advance cancer therapies.

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