Immunotherapy for infectious diseases

Many of the same therapies used to activate the immune system against cancer may also combat infectious diseases.

Pathogenic assaults lurk around every corner, from bacteria on surfaces to airborne viruses. Using immunotherapy for infectious disease treatment leverages the immune system to do what it does best — defend against pathogens. 

Download this poster from Drug Discovery News to learn how scientists use immunotherapy to neutralize pathogens and mitigate infectious diseases.

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