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Published: 03.01.17
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Dr Stephen Chan - The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Dr Chan speaks with ecancertv at the Immuno-Oncology Hong Kong 2016 meeting about predisposing factors of developing hepatocellular carcinoma, and how they might be tackled before cancer develops.

He describes how vaccines and anti-viral therapies have limited tumourigenic hepatitis infections, and how screening for alpha-fetoprotein or interleukin 10 can provide actionable biomarkers.

With regards to immunotherapeutic targets, Dr Chan considers how OX40, VEGF targeting and T cell therapy can improve response in combination with PD-1 checkpoint therapy, 

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