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Cure or life with cancer? What can be achieved by cancer immune therapy? The past decade has seen substantial advancements in tumor immunology. Much of the new knowledge has been translated into new strategies for cancer treatment and into clinical trials. Some of these trials herald future breakthroughs, others have been disappointing and have prompted intensive search for alternatives. Major contributors to the field summarize the knowledge on the molecular and cellular mechanisms of tumorigenesis, critically review the instruments of the immune system that might be exploited for therapy, and discuss the clinical experiences with the different immune therapy concepts. Researchers in the fields of immunology, tumor biology and medicine will highly appreciate this up-to-date volume for evaluating future research activities.
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