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Cancer biotherapy: 2003 disease-related activity

  • Scot Ebbinghaus
  • Robert K. Oldham
  • Robert O. Dillman
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Abstract

The 2000s will witness a burgeoning number of biologicals under clinical investigation, either singly or in combination with other biologicals or chemotherapeutic agents. Already, biotherapies have demonstrated efficacy against certain malignancies and are approved for general use in medicine. It is expected that their assimilation into our standard anticancer armamentarium will continue to broaden in the 2000s, leading to the dominance of biotherapy in cancer treatment soon after the year 2004. This chapter will summarize disease-related activity for selected biotherapies as we start the new millennium.

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