Immuno oncology

Managing Immunotherapy Side Effects in Melanoma: Quick Intervention Is Key
BY Allie Casey
Immunotherapy agents have their own set of side effects, and managing them quickly and efficiently is key.
Lights, Camera, Cancer
BY Jen Sotham
How and why I've chosen to live my cancer in the public eye.
Working at the Speed of Light in Melanoma Advancements
BY Christin Melton, ELST
Growing scientific insights have led to the swift development of treatments for advanced melanoma, leaving doctors to iron out details about their application.
Hanging on for Dear Life: The Evolving Role of Immunotherapy and Targeted Therapy for Lung Cancer
BY Gina Columbus, Beth Fand Incollingo, Tony Hagen and Brielle Urciuoli
The role of immunotherapies and targeted treatments in lung cancer is evolving at breakneck speed.
Immunotherapy Agent Improved Quality of Life in Lung Cancer Study
BY Allie Strickler
Keytruda improved quality of life for patients with lung cancer in a recent trial.
What's Next in Immunotherapy?
BY Christian M. Capitini, M.D.
Melanoma should not be considered to be in a "special category" that responds well to immunotherapy, according to Christian M. Capitini, M.D., assistant professor of Pediatrics at the University of Wisconsin.
Immunotherapy Continues to Advance in Melanoma and Other Solid Tumors
BY Brielle Urciuoli
Immunotherapy continues to advance in melanoma and other solid tumor types as new combinations and biomarkers are being explored. 
Keytruda Granted a Priority Review by the FDA for Advanced Microsatellite Instability-High (MSI-H) Cancer
BY Jason M. Broderick
Keytruda may be a viable treatment option for patients with advanced microsatellite instability-high cancer in the future.
Immunotherapy Combinations Show Promise in Multiple Myeloma Treatment
BY Silas Inman
The future of multiple myeloma treatment may be in immunotherapy combinations, according to Eric L. Smith, M.D., Ph.D.
I'll Take The Cancer, With a Side of...
BY Jen Sotham
A cancer diagnosis comes served up with a slew of side effects. While many can be anticipated and managed, some cannot. They can crop up unexpectedly and take up residence indefinitely.
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