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Role of interventional oncology for immunology treatment

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Published: 08.05.19
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Prof Thierry De Baere - Institut Gustave Roussy, Paris, France

Prof Thierry De Baere speaks to ecancer at the 2019 International Gastrointestinal, Liver and Uro-Oncology Conference (IGILUC) in Cairo about the role of interventional oncology for immunology treatment.

He discusses what is needed for better delivery of immuno-oncology treatment in cancer patients including applying a local treatment to the tumour and turning 'cold' tumours to 'hot' ones.

Prof De Baere explains that an option being studied is to inject directly inside the tumour which causes the body to make its own fabrication of a vaccine inside the tumour.


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