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Future for immunotherapies

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Published: 17.06.11
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Prof Angus Dalgleish - St George’s University, London, UK

The development of ipilimumab has demonstrated that immunotherapies can impact survival, and therapeutic vaccines such as sipuleucel-T (trade name Provenge) and PSA-TRICOM (trade name PROSTVAC) have also been shown to increase patient survival. Prof Angus Dalgleish explains how these treatments work, explains new data which suggest that affective vaccines will soon be developed for lung cancer and talks about trials that have been conducted to investigate the combination of ipilimumab with vaccines. Prof Dalgleish explains that these vaccines do not appear to be overly specific, outlines how this is likely to make them more affordable and discusses his hopes for their successful combination with other cancer therapies.

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