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The Future of Immunotherapy

Scientists at a BHCRI lab
Scientists at a BHCRI lab
Dr. Shashi Gujar, left, and PhD graduate Derek Clements, work in the lab at Dalhousie University.

Immunotherapy — fighting cancer with your immune system — is a rapidly-evolving area of medical science. Learn how immunotherapies work, read about the treatment options available to Canadian cancer patients, and discover the innovative trials and research taking place across Canada.

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Cancer Outcomes Improve Thanks to Immunotherapy

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