Recent advances in immunotherapy in the treatment of cancer patients: the use of immunotherapy in non-small cell lung cancer
Summary. In this decade, immunotherapy has become the most promising direction of finding new ways to treat malignant neoplasms. The main purpose of immunotherapy is to restore immune control over the cells of the malignant tumor. For patients with metastatic and common non-small cell lung cancer, the introduction of modern immunotherapeutic treatments into the clinical practice will change the prognosis and — most importantly — achieve long and sustained remission in some patients with satisfactory toxicity profile.
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