Lung Cancer

Biological therapies for lung cancer

Biological or immuno-therapies are derived from, or target substances that occur naturally in the body. They have been designed or modified in the laboratory to target and destroy particular types of cancer cells. There are different types of biological therapy, including; monoclonal antibodies, cancer growth inhibitors, vaccines and gene therapy.

Several types of biological therapy are now used to treat advanced lung cancer. 



 
Last reviewed May 2016.
Last updated May 2016.

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