Libros para adquirir, para estudio en detalle

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  • 2026
    • Global Dendritic Cell Cancer Vaccine Immunotherapy Market, Dosage, Price & Clinical Trials Insight 2026

      "Global Dendritic Cell Cancer Vaccine Immunotherapy Market, Dosage, Price & Clinical Trials Insight 2026" Report Highlights: Global Dendritic Cell Cancer Vaccine Clinical Trials: More than 50 Vaccines In Pipeline Commercially Available Dendritic Cell Cancer Vaccine: 3 Vaccines Dendritic Cell Cancer Vaccine Expected Launches Over Next Decade: More Than 3 Vaccines Majority Vaccines In Preclinical Phase: More Than 10 Vaccines Global Dendritic Cell Cancer Vaccine Immunotherapy Market Regional Outlook Dendritic Cell Vaccines Immunotherapy Clinical Pipeline By Company, Indication & Phase Dosage, Efficacy & Price Insight of Provenge, Apceden & CreaVax

      Kuick Research

  • 2021
    • Chemotherapy and Immunotherapy in Urologic Oncology

      One of few texts geared toward advanced practice providers and urologic care Written by experts in the field Each chapter includes a list of clinical pearls and key takeaways

      Edouard J. TrabulsiCostas D. LallasAnne E. Lizardi-Calvaresi

    • Cancer Immunology and Immunotherapy: Volume 1: Delivery Strategies and Engineering Technologies in Cancer Immunotherapy

      Delivery Technologies for Immuno-Oncology: Volume 1: Delivery Strategies and Engineering Technologies in Cancer Immunotherapy examines the challenges of delivering immuno-oncology therapies. Immuno-oncology (IO) is a growing field of medicine at the interface of immunology and cancer biology leading to development of novel therapeutic approaches, such as chimeric antigen receptor T-cell (CAR-T)

      Mansoor M. Amiji (Editor), Lara Scheherazade Milane (Editor)

    • Therapeutic Advances in Vaccines and Immunotherapy

      Therapeutic Advances in Vaccines and Immunotherapy (TAV) is a peer-reviewed open access journal which focuses on advances in the fields of vaccinology and immunotherapy, reporting on both prophylactic and therapeutic vaccination as well as an ever-growing repertoire of other immunotherapeutic interventions

      onathan Collin

  • 2020
    • Immunotherapy

      Highlights recent updates in immunotherapeutic strategies to treat patients with solid tumors

      Naing, Aung, Hajjar, Joud (Eds.)

    • Cancer Immunology

      Describes in detail interactions between cancerous cells and various components of the innate and adaptive immune system

      Rezaei, Nima (Ed.)

    • Oncology in the Precision Medicine Era

      This volume comprehensively reviews oncology in the precision medicine era of personalized care, latest developments in the field, and indications and clinical trials for the treatment of cancer with targeted therapies, immunotherapy, and epigenetic modulators. It thoroughly addresses concerns of various types of cancers including cancers of the head and neck, lung, colon, esophagus, bladder, pancreas, and breast; melanoma; multiple myeloma; hepatocellular carcinoma

      Salgia, Ravi (Ed.)

    • Cell Reprogramming for Immunotherapy

      This volume details key protocols for developing strategies in immunotherapy. Chapters guide the readers through protocols related to various DNA, RNA and protein methods to reprogram the immune system, immune cells, analyzing the effect of the reprogrammed cells, and key methods to consider and analyze patients enrolled in clinical trials with novel immunotherapy regimens. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology

      Katz, Samuel G., Rabinovich, Peter M. (Eds.)

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  • 2019
    • Therapeutic Vaccines as Novel Immunotherapy

      Biological and Clinical Concepts This book offers an excellent introduction to the use of novel therapeutic vaccines for common diseases based on their ability to induce antibody production

      Nakagami, Hironori (Ed.)

    • The Immunotherapy Revolution: The Best New Hope For Saving Cancer Patients’ Lives

      The Future Of Treating Cancer Has Finally Arrived.Cancer treatments can be torture! Surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation are not only extreme

      Jason R. Williams MD

    • Nanotechnology in Cancer

      Nanotechnology in Cancer by Anshu Mathur

      Anshu Mathur


      Cancer Chemotherapy immunotherapy and biotherapy principles and Practice 6ed (hb 2019)latest available information and guidelines are incorporated. Easy to understand and thorough content.

      CHABNER B.A. (Author)

    • Treating Cancer with Immunotherapy and Targeted Therapy

      Treating cancer has always been a major challenge. Although great strides in treatment have taken place in recent years, all too often current treatments are less than effective, or patients relapse. Newer methods of cancer treatment, namely targeted therapy and immunotherapy, have generated great excitement in the scientific community

      David A. Olle

    • Chemotherapy and Immunotherapy Guidelines and Recommendations for Practice

      The Oncology Nursing Society has been your go-to resource for evidence-based guidelines and education on chemotherapy administration and side effect management. This completely revised and updated text expands the foundational information you rely upon for your practice to include the latest advances related to nursing care of patients receiving antineoplastic therapies.

      MiKaela Olsen | Kristine LeFebvre | Kelly Brassil

    • Oncoimmunology: A Practical Guide for Cancer Immunotherapy

      “This is an excellent book on a topic that currently represents a major therapeutic approach in oncology. Written by leading experts, the book is truly an invaluable resource for anyone interested in understanding how immunology and oncology interface.

      Laurence Zitvogel (Redactor), Guido Kroemer (Redactor)

    • Immunotherapy of Sarcoma

      This book describes recent progress in the development of immunotherapies for advanced sarcoma, paying special attention to the potential role of manipulations of the sarcoma tumor immune microenvironment in improving patient outcomes.

      D'Angelo, Sandra P., Pollack, Seth (Eds.)

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  • 2018
    • Vaccines for Cancer Immunotherapy 1st Edition

      Therapeutic cancer vaccines represent a type of active cancer immunotherapy. Clinicians, scientists, and researchers working on cancer treatment require evidence-based and up-to-date resources relating to therapeutic cancer vaccines. Vaccines for Cancer Immunotherapy provides a reference for cancer treatment for clinicians and presents a well-organized resource for determining high-potential research areas.

      Nima Rezaei Mahsa Keshavarz-Fathi

    • The Basics of Cancer Immunotherapy

      This book provides patients and their physicians (especially “non-oncologist” health care providers) with a clear and concise introduction to cancer immunotherapy, which, unlike traditional forms of cancer therapy

      Haidong Dong (Redactor), Svetomir N. Markovic (Redactor)

    • The Breakthrough: immunotherapy and the race to cure cancer

      For decades, scientists have puzzled over one of medicine’s greatest mysteries: why doesn’t our immune system fight cancer the way it does other diseases? The answer is a series of tricks that cancer has developed to turn off normal immune responses

      Charles Graeber (Autor)

    • Guide to Cancer Immunotherapy

      Recent advances in immunotherapy have revolutionized treatment delivery and toxicity management in cancer care. Oncology nurses are at the forefront of prevention and management of immune-mediated toxicities and leaders in patient education in this rapidly evolving field

      Oncology Nursing Society

    • Early Phase Cancer Immunotherapy

      This volume, a state-of-the-art review of early phase clinical trials for cancer immunotherapy, discusses biomarker selection, combinatorial strategies and their safety or toxicity, determination of Phase 2 dosing, endpoints in the setting of radiographic pseudoprogression, histology selection, and novel immunotherapeutics as they relate to early phase cancer immunotherapy.

      Editors: Patel, Sandip Pravin, Kurzrock, Razelle (Eds.)

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  • 2017
    • Cancer Immunotherapy Principles and Practice

      “Given the important and exciting advances in cancer immunotherapy, it is not surprising that there is no dearth of books on the subject. Despite the competition, however, this book is a unique masterpiece and a must-have comprehensive resource for anyone interested in this area and for every medical library.”

      Lisa H. Butterfield PhD Howard L. Kaufman MD, FACS Francesco M. Marincola MD, FACS

    • Tumor Immune Microenvironment in Cancer Progression and Cancer Therapy

      Sheds light on the mechanisms, factors, and mediators that are involved in the dynamic cancer cell environment Volume explores the bi-directional interactions between tumor cells and non-malignant tumor component during tumor progression and treatment Focuses on the three groups of the reactive tumor component: stromal cells, blood vessels and the infiltrating immune cells

      Pawel Kalinski

    • Translational Immunotherapy of Brain Tumors

      ranslational Immunotherapy of Brain Tumors gives researchers and practitioners an up-to-date and comprehensive overview of the field. Chapters include adoptive immunotherapy, immunosuppression, CAR therapy of brain tumors, and dendritic cell therapy for brain tumors.

      John H. Sampson (Editor)

    • Cancer Vaccines

      This volume focuses on the laboratory and clinical experience with targeting viral onco-antigens, while also reviewing the approaches to targeting self-cancer antigens in cancers of non-viral origin, where self-tolerance has been a challenge

      Savelyeva, Natalia, Ottensmeier, Christian (Eds.)

    • Immunotherapy for Gastrointestinal Cancer

      This book is about the manipulation of the immune system as a therapeutic approach to gastrointestinal cancer and its clinical applications, exploring therapeutic approaches which might be taken under the broad banner of immunotherapy.

      Kerr, David, Johnson, Rebecca (Eds.)

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  • 2016
    • Immunotherapy of Cancer

      Summarizes the rationale, present status, and future perspective for cancer immunotherapy

      Yamaguchi, Yoshiyuki (Ed.)

    • Progress in Cancer Immunotherapy

      This book provides readers an extensive overview of recent progress in basic and clinical research on cancer immunotherapy

      Editors: Zhang, Shuren (Ed.)

    • Introduction to Molecular Vaccinology

      This textbook provides an easy-to-understand introduction to the complex topic of vaccine research and development. It gives a comprehensive though clearly arranged insight to the most important aspects of molecular vaccinology, leading from the basics in immunology, to design of vaccines and mode of action of vaccines to the actual formulation, manufacturing and registration of vaccines

      Giese, Matthias

  • 2015
    • Frontiers in Cancer Immunology

      Cancer Immunotherapy: Mechanisms of Cancer Immunity, Engineering Immune- Based Therapies and Developing Clinical Trials

      Jianxun Song

  • 2014
    • Cancer Immunotherapy Meets Oncology: In Honor of Christoph Huber

      This book provides a comprehensive update on the state of the art in cancer immunology, which has rapidly evolved from a field of clinical research into an established discipline of oncology

      Cedrik Michael Britten (Redactor), Sebastian Kreiter (Redactor), Mustafa Diken

  • 2013
    • Cancer Immunotherapy: Chapter 18. Dendritic Cell Vaccines: Sipuleucel-T and Other Approaches

      The idea of a preventive vaccine against cancer has been extremely attractive because of the immune system’s ability to develop specific and long-lasting immunological memory. Dendritic cells, which present antigen to T cells, sit at a critical point in the activation of the immune system because they are able to activate both B cells and T cells

      Nicholas M. Durham (Author), Charles G. Drake (Author)

  • 2011
    • Cancer Immunology and Immunotherapy

      The interplay between tumors and their immunologic microenvironment is complex, difficult to decipher, but its understanding is of seminal importance for the development of novel prognostic markers and therapeutic strategies. The present review discusses tumor-immune interactions in several human cancers that illustrate various aspects of this complexity and proposes an integrated scheme of the impact of local immune reactions on clinical outcome.

      Dranoff, Glenn (Ed.)

  • 2010
    • Cancer Chemotherapy and Biotherapy: Principles and Practice

      Updated to include the newest drugs and those currently in development, Cancer Chemotherapy and Biotherapy, Fifth Edition is a comprehensive reference on the preclinical and clinical pharmacology of

      Bruce A Chabner MD (Editor), Dan L Longo MD (Editor)

  • 2007
    • General Principles of Tumor Immunotherapy

      escribes how the immune system can be harnessed to recognize and kill tumor cells Illustrates how current advances in immunology are being used in tumor immunotherapy Details the rationale and indications for tumor immunotherapy Discusses some of the current obstacles to successful tumor immunotherapy Brings together the world’s leading experts in tumor immunology

      Howard L. KaufmanJedd D. Wolchok