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Advances in Cancer Research and Immunotherapy

Advances in Cancer Research and Immunotherapy

Advances in Cancer Research and Immunotherapy

  • Editor: Ranjeet Singh Mahla
  • Publisher: OMICS International
  • Chapter 1      
    Emergence of cancer as global burden: The statics of last 100 years
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  • Chapter 2      
    “Brief overview of cancer research in developing versus developed countries”
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  • Chapter 3      
    “Standard immunological tests for cancer diagnosis and prognosis”
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  • Chapter 4      
    “Innate immune signalling and cancer therapeutics"
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  • Chapter 5      
    Animal models in cancer research
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  • Chapter 6      
    “Adjuvants in cancer immunotherapy”
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  • Chapter 7      
    “CD markers in cancer studies”
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  • Chapter 8      
    “Immune perspectives of virus as cause and treatment for cancer”
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  • Chapter 9      
    “Recombinant and humanized antibodies in cancer therapeutics”
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  • Chapter 10      
    “Application of cytokines and chemokines in cancer therapeutics”
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  • Chapter 11      
    The concept of cancer antigen in cancer therapeutics”
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  • Chapter 12      
    “Bioinformatics tools in cancer research and treatment”
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  • Chapter 13      
    “Role of yoga in cancer immunotherapy”
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  • Chapter 14      
    “Social stigma and patient care: Role of private organization”
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  • Chapter 15      
    “Academia industrial partnership in cancer drug development: The current status of clinical trials”
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  • Chapter 16      
    “Gene polymorphism in immune gene and cancer”
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  • Chapter 17      
    “FDA approved drugs for cancer: Merits and demerits on immune system”
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  • Chapter 18      
    “Personalized cancer immunotherapy: The future is unseen”
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  • Chapter 19      
    “Cancer is not a disease! It is business: Global market and research funding”
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  • Chapter 20      
    “Cancer stem cells hypothesis: Hope or hype”
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  • Ranjeet Singh Mahla

    IISER Bhopal, India

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