The Problem of Cancer Immunotherapy in Perspective

  • O. J. Plescia
  • A. Smith
  • K. Grinwich
  • C. Feit

Abstract

The basic premises underlying cancer immunotherapy are (a) that cancer cells possess cancer-specific transplantation-like antigens, and (b) that their host is capable of mounting an immune response to these antigens that results in the rejection of the cancer cells as a homograft.

Keywords

Antibody Response Spleen Cell Cancer Immunotherapy Prostaglandin Synthetase Syngeneic Tumor 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • O. J. Plescia
  • A. Smith
  • K. Grinwich
  • C. Feit

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