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immunotherapeutic

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  • adjective immunology, medicine Describing a drug or medicine that acts on the immune system to treat disease, i.e. something used in immunotherapy.
  • noun Such a drug

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  • adjective of or relating to immunotherapy

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Examples

  • A hemopurifier provides rapid clearance of viral pathogens and immunosuppressive proteins resulting in an antiviral and immunotherapeutic mechanism to improve the benefit of stockpiled countermeasures whose effectiveness in humans is unknown.

    James A. Joyce: Are We Ready for a Biological Attack?

  • That vision grew when we collaborated with a sister company, at that time called Rhone Poulenc Rorer, to become a combination of our immunotherapeutic approach with their chemotherapeutic approaches in a complementary manner in the treatment of cancer.

    Collaborations: Canada's New Natural Advantage

  • Bladder cancer is frequently a recurrent disease, with some cases becoming refractory to available chemotherapeutic or immunotherapeutic agents and leading to cystectomy bladder removal or death.

  • "Adding another immunotherapeutic approach to our oncology pipeline, one which may employ the immune system itself to fight cancer, exemplifies our continued commitment to embracing this new era of cancer care," said

  • It is an experimental immunotherapeutic believed to work by stimulating an immune cascade response in the cells of the mouth and throat, enabling it to bolster systemic immune response through the entire body by absorption through the oral mucosa.

    FDA Authorizes Alferon LDO Clinical Study for Treatment and Prevention of Influenza - Yahoo! Finance

  • IMUC.OB, which is developing a cancer immunotherapeutic treatment of its own.

  • IMUC.OB could be a company that is priming itself to usher in the next generation of cancer immunotherapeutic treatments, with Dendreon "now" generation.

  • The company is focused on immunotherapeutic products based on strong platform technologies with multiple product candidates advancing through the clinic, including several product candidates that have advanced into late-stage clinical trials through corporate partners.

  • The reason behind this claim is centered on the company's next-level cancer immunotherapeutic technology which is currently being tested in clinical trials.

  • At the same time, the pundits will say, Dendreon's sales force might not have the manpower or know-how to combat the forces employed by J&J with Zytiga. receiving the first approval for a cancer immunotherapeutic treatment in the United States early last year, and there's good reason to believe that a recovery will be in effect.

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