A burning question in the field of cancer immunotherapy is how long do you have to give a checkpoint inhibitor for?

At the recent Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer (SITC) annual meeting, new data presented by one of the leaders in the field, offered insight (from an unexpected direction) into what the answer to this question may be.

It has huge implications for cancer immunotherapy treatment and the many companies involved in this space.

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