Combining transfer of antitumor T cells with ipilimumab therapy in metastatic melanoma reported to eradicate tumors in one individual, who remains disease free over 5 years later.
A new review highlights the combination of radiation therapy with immunotherapy and the possible resultant synergistic effects when used to treat melanoma.
A group of eight immune genes have been identified that could help to predict glioblastoma survival.
This article discusses the indications for adjuvant radiotherapy in melanoma, in terms of both the primary site and lymph node regions.
How are targeted therapies being harnessed to improve patient care in metastatic gastric cancer? Find out more in this peer-reviewed article from Future Oncology.
In order to assess the sensitivity of NSCLCs to EGFR tyrosine kinase inhibitors, tumor DNA has to be tested for EGFR mutations. With the limitations of current DNA sources in the disease, this article discusses use of circulating free tumor DNA or circulating tumor cells as a new strategy for tumor genotyping.