The history of cancer chemotherapy started with the incidental discovery that nitrogen mustard was cytotoxic to lymphoid malignancies. The initial enthusiasm was soon tempered by the observation that most responses were short-lived due to the development of drug resistance.
KeywordsTesticular Cancer Renal Cell Cancer Adoptive Immunotherapy Nitrogen Mustard Urologic Malignancy
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