Cancer Immunology Research current issue

Cancer Immunology Research current issue

A major hurdle to the efficacy of adoptive cell therapy and chimeric antigen receptors T-cell therapy is the choice of antigen(s) to target. An article in this issue addresses this by capitalizing on the synergistic effect of pathogen-based immunotherapy and adoptive cell therapy that results in epitope/antigen spreading and enhancement of the endogenous T-cell response against antigens not originally targeted. See article by Xin et al., p. 7 Footnotes



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