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Adam C. Palmer, PhD, on Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors: Additive to or Synergistic With Other Treatments?

AACR Virtual Annual Meeting 2020 II

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Adam C. Palmer, PhD, of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, discusses combining immune checkpoint inhibitors with other cancer therapies to provide patients with more chances of a response. In principle, similar benefits may result from sequential or biomarker-stratified treatments, which could be valuable in cases where toxicities may prevent full-dose combinations (Abstract 1047).



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