Today, I’m going to summarise some of my notes on what we learned about lung cancer and immunotherapy at AACR. The burgeoning immuno-oncology topic is way too big to do justice in one single post, so over the next couple of days, you’ll find a mini series evolving here on BSB to cover many of the points relating to checkpoint inhibitors from AACR. It was the first time in 15 years I’ve seen immunotherapy dominate a basic scientific meeting and it was good to see it happen. It is definitely very much the focus – and excitement – of many major cancer centres in the US.

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 Insights from AACR on immunotherapy and checkpoint inhibitors

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