The abscopal effect of local radiotherapy: using immunotherapy to make a rare event clinically relevant.
AffiliationKU Leuven - University of Leuven, Department of Oncology, Experimental Radiation Oncology, University Hospitals Leuven
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AbstractRecently, immunologic responses to localized irradiation are proposed as mediator of systemic effects after localized radiotherapy (called the abscopal effect). Here, we give an overview of both preclinical and clinical data about the abscopal effect in particular and link them with the immunogenic properties of radiotherapy.
CitationThe abscopal effect of local radiotherapy: using immunotherapy to make a rare event clinically relevant. 2015: Cancer Treat Rev
JournalCancer Treatment Reviews
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