Immunotherapy for

Infectious Diseases



Humans are surrounded by pathogenic assaults, from bacteria that lurk on surfaces, to airborne viruses that infect the respiratory system. As the world grapples with the ongoing pandemic, researchers focus on the body’s first line of defense: the immune system. Immunotherapy is typically thought of in the context of cancer treatment, but many of the same therapies used to activate the immune system to treat cancer may also combat infectious diseases.

Download this infographic from Drug Discovery News to learn how scientists are using immunotherapy to neutralize pathogens and mitigate infectious disease.

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