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Immunotherapy is the concept of using the immune system to treat disease, for example, developing a vaccine against cancer. Immunotherapy may also refer to the therapy of diseases caused by the immune system, allergies for example.
LineaRx signs agreement with Takis/Evvivax to develop linear-DNA based anti-cancer vaccines

LineaRx signs agreement with Takis/Evvivax to develop linear-DNA based anti-cancer vaccines

ALSAM Foundation invests additional $2 million for drug discovery and development projects

ALSAM Foundation invests additional $2 million for drug discovery and development projects

UK and European research collaborations receive vote of confidence by three major cancer charities

UK and European research collaborations receive vote of confidence by three major cancer charities

Cancer Research UK invests £14 million to transform London into cancer biotherapeutics hub

Cancer Research UK invests £14 million to transform London into cancer biotherapeutics hub

Surprising research showing peptide adaptability may pave way to develop immunotherapies

Surprising research showing peptide adaptability may pave way to develop immunotherapies

FDA approves new treatment for people with hairy cell leukemia

FDA approves new treatment for people with hairy cell leukemia

Highly personalized approach may help immune cells to eliminate melanoma

Highly personalized approach may help immune cells to eliminate melanoma

Researchers design new medicine to treat highly aggressive pancreatic cancer

Researchers design new medicine to treat highly aggressive pancreatic cancer

ImmusanT receives JDRF T1D Fund to develop novel vaccine candidate for type 1 diabetes

ImmusanT receives JDRF T1D Fund to develop novel vaccine candidate for type 1 diabetes

CRI to bestow top honors on three scientists for contributions to cancer immunology and immunotherapy

CRI to bestow top honors on three scientists for contributions to cancer immunology and immunotherapy

Individualized therapies targeting specific features show promise in transforming cancer treatment

Individualized therapies targeting specific features show promise in transforming cancer treatment

Immune checkpoint inhibition may be effective in treating HIV-associated Kaposi's sarcoma

Immune checkpoint inhibition may be effective in treating HIV-associated Kaposi's sarcoma

New article shines light on shared decision-making between allergists and patients

New article shines light on shared decision-making between allergists and patients

Researchers test experimental cancer vaccine on mice with aggressive melanoma

Researchers test experimental cancer vaccine on mice with aggressive melanoma

Mayo Clinic physicians win SU2C Catalyst Award to fund melanoma research

Mayo Clinic physicians win SU2C Catalyst Award to fund melanoma research

Research uncovers how the immune system detects DNA damage

Research uncovers how the immune system detects DNA damage

Phase 2 clinical study reports best outcomes to date for older Hodgkin lymphoma patients

Phase 2 clinical study reports best outcomes to date for older Hodgkin lymphoma patients

New study reports key steps towards development of acne vaccine

New study reports key steps towards development of acne vaccine

Researchers discover reason why many bladder cancer patients do not respond to immunotherapy

Researchers discover reason why many bladder cancer patients do not respond to immunotherapy

Researchers identify neutrophil progenitor in the bone marrow of mice and humans

Researchers identify neutrophil progenitor in the bone marrow of mice and humans