Theory of Medicine/Bioethics.
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Abstractedited by Robert K. Oldham, Robert O. Dillman.
Cancer biotherapy: general principles -- The pathogenesis of cancer metastasis: relevance to therapy -- Developmental therapeutics and the design of clinical trials -- Recombinant proteins and genomics in cancer therapy -- Current concepts in immunology -- Therapeutic approaches to cancer-associated immune suppression -- Cancer vaccines -- Cytokines -- Interferons: therapy for cancer -- Monoclonal antibody therapy -- Immunotoxins -- Drug Immunoconjugates -- Targeted radionuclide therapy of cancer -- Stem cell/bone marrow transplantation as biotherapy -- Cellular immunotherapy (CI), where have we been and where are we going? -- Growth and differentiation factors as cancer therapeutics -- Granulocyte colony-stimulating factor: biology and clinical potential -- Granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor -- Cancer gene therapy -- Regulatory process for approval of biologicals for cancer therapy -- Cancer biotherapy: 2009 disease-related activity -- Biological therapy of melanoma -- Biological therapy of genitourinary cancer -- Biological therapy of colon cancer -- Biological therapy of breast cancer -- Biological therapy of lung cancer -- Biological therapy of B and T cell lymphoproliferative disorders -- Biological therapy of multiple myeloma -- Biological therapy of squamous cell cancers of the head and neck -- Biological therapy of glioblastoma -- Speculations for 2009 and beyond.