Biological Therapies for Cancer

Biological Therapies for Cancer Photo Biological Therapies use the living organisms and the substance released from the biological organs to treat diseaese. Some biological therapies of cancer use vaccines or bacteria to stimulate the body's immune system to act against cancer cells. These types of biological therapy, which are sometimes reffered collectively as "Immunotherapy" or "Biological response modifier therapy", do not target cancer cells directly. Other biological therapies, such as antibodies or segments of genetic material(RNA or DNA), do not target cancer cells directly. 
  • Bacillus Calmette-GuĂ©rin therapy in cancer treatment
  • Oncolytic viruses & their specific targeting to tumour cells
  • Role of Vaccine therapy in cancer
  • Adoptive T-cell immunotherapy for cancer
  • Oncolytic viruses in cancer therapy
  • DNA oligonucleotide therapy for cancer
  • RNA oligonucleotide therapy for cancer
  • Inhibition of proliferation of cancer cells using Penicillin, Mechanism of Cephalosporins in Cancer
  • Mechanism of Cephalosporins in Cancer Cells Pharmacokinetics of Vancomycin in cancer patients

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