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The Stanford Cancer Immunotherapy Program is finding new ways to harness the immune system to fight cancer. Our program includes physician scientists working across multiple cancer types to develop innovative treatments and delivery mechanisms with the potential to provide durable, robust cancer immune responses. Our efforts are advancing: patient-specific vaccines and cell-based therapies that incite your own immune defenses to attack cancer; new targets for today's therapeutic monoclonal antibodies; and the potential of cytokines and other effector molecules as therapeutic agents.
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