How immunotherapy is used to treat cancer

Christine Cox

Woman in medical research lab

[2 MIN READ]

In this article:

  • Immunotherapy has positively transformed treatment for certain cancers.

  • Providence personalizes cancer treatment plans based on molecular changes to tumors for each patient.

  • Immunotherapy uses the body's own immune system to kill cancer cells.

This article is part of a paid branded content series with Get Creative, a division of USA Today. The article originally appeared on USA Today here.

 

 

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