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Immunotherapy treatment for cancer: How does it work?

Immunotherapy treatment may be offered in many cases where patients receive a cancer diagnosis. In some cases, patients may also be able to participate in clinical trials should they wish to do so. Renowned consultant medical oncologist Dr Omar Khan gives expert advice for those considering taking part in a clinical trial in this illuminating article, as well as specialist insight on how immunotherapy treatment works to fight cancer.

What are clinical trials and how could they benefit you?

Deciding whether to be part of a clinical trial? Clinical trials for new cancer drugs are widely considered to be beneficial to cancer patients by potentially improving their treatment outcomes. Professor Hendrik-Tobias Arkenau, a leading medical oncologist and the founding medical director of The Sarah Cannon Research Institute, explains who has access to them and how you can get involved.

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