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Immunotherapy for prostate cancer in sight

An international study carried out with involvement of the MedUni Vienna is giving hope to patients with advanced prostate cancer.
In just a few years’ time, Ipilumumab could be approved as a treatment for the world’s third-most common type of cancer.

The immunotherapeutic agent Ipilumumab has been shown to have a markedly positive effect in the treatment of patients who are resistant to conventional hormone treatments and chemotherapy. These are the words of a core statement from a

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