Unconventional Approaches to Cell Therapy





Cell therapy is often used to treat cancer and is frequently associated with chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cells, but cell therapy extends far beyond these applications. Scientists use different types of immune cells for cell therapy and apply cell therapy to diseases other than cancer. Likewise, scientists continue to improve upon existing T cell therapies to create off-the-shelf cell therapies that effectively treat more patients.

Download this ebook from Drug Discovery News to learn about new, alternative approaches to cell therapy that make a difference in the lives of patients with cancer and other diseases.

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