Cancer is a combination of conditions involving abnormal cell growth with the possibility to penetrate or reach to other parts of the body. Medical experts recently found the possible cure for cancer.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) agreed to speed up the review of Roche's Tecentriq, the immunotherapy drug intended for metastatic urothelial carcinoma.
Tech billionaire guru Sean Parker further extended his personal crusade on cancer immunotherapy as he will be handing over $250 million for research via his organization The Parker Foundation.
Congress has already approved $195 million for cancer research, and President Obama will request $755 million more in his final budget plan.
A UCLA-led study confirmed that immunotherapy drug Keytruda demonstrated greater effectiveness with less treatment-linked side effects than the standard chemotherapy medicine docetaxel.
Newly-developed anti-cancer drug offers promises of recovery by taking on the cancer cells through the body’s immune system as news of Jimmy Carter’s successful treatment has shown.
Obesity can trigger dangerous inflammation during immunotherapy, a new study reported.
Treating cancers with immunotherapy and radiotherapy at the same time could stop them from becoming resistant to treatment, suggests a new study.
Researchers reported that engineered T-cells were capable of fighting viral infections that occur after bone marrow transplants.
Researchers have found a way to target elusive cells that suppress immune response, depleting them with peptides that spare other important cells and shrink tumors in preclinical experiments.
A new case report detailed how scientists used a woman's own immune system T-cells to fight her cancer.
A new pill that has the potential to replace the allergy shot was just approved by the FDA.
Getting allergy shots during pregnancy may help prevent allergies in children, according to a new study.
Scientists have found a way to create modified immune cells that can seek and destroy melanoma.
Although there is no complete cure for childhood respiratory allergies, like dust mite induced allergies and asthma, researchers say that they now have a long term control for the allergy that can bring it under control just three years of allergy shots.