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Although we have tried to use approachable language in our materials, there will be a series of new key words related to cancer, immunology, and immunotherapy that you may not have heard before. This may be of particular relevance in the interviews with scientists about the immune system, and with our clinical colleagues about the therapies themselves. Rather than provide a detailed glossary as your companion, we would like you to take the opportunity to research unknown words as part of your self-directed learning.

It is important to evaluate medical information posted on the internet, so we would like to urge you to consider the reliability of the sources of the published articles that you might find during your searches.

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Cancer Immunotherapy: a Step Change in Cancer Treatment

University of Birmingham

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