Graduate Degree Type
Biomedical Sciences (M.H.S.)
Cancer is a very prevalent disease that has affected most of the population. Treatment options that have been used for decades are beginning to be outcompeted by newer developments in the field. Newer developments allow a more specific response to cancers that have proven to be very difficult for traditional treatment. Immune specific treatments also give the ability to specifically target areas affected by the cancer, to reduce potential risk of systemic damage and autoimmunity. Developing cancer treatments that are highly specific brings forth a new age of medicine, hoping to prolong the life expectancy of those affected with cancers, particularly those that are highly aggressive or immune related.
Seim, Zachary J., "Cancer: The Burden of Treatments Eased by Recent Developments in the Field: a Review of the Literature" (2023). Culminating Experience Projects. 373.