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radioimmunotherapy

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Radioimmunotherapy Is More Effective than Antifungal Treatment in Experimental Cryptococcal Infection

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NIMG-42. INCIDENCE OF CAVERNOMATOUS LESIONS ON BRAIN MR OF PEDIATRIC PATIENTS TREATED WITH INTRAVENTRICULAR RADIOIMMUNOTHERAPY

RONC-06. INCIDENCE OF CAVERNOMATOUS LESIONS ON BRAIN MR OF PEDIATRIC PATIENTS TREATED WITH INTRAVENTRICULAR RADIOIMMUNOTHERAPY

IMMU-25. RADIO-IMMUNOTHERAPY USING THE IDO PATHWAY INHIBITOR INDOXIMOD FOR CHILDREN WITH NEWLY-DIAGNOSED DIPG

NSRG-11. DIVERSION OF CSF WITH PROGRAMMABLE VENTRICULOPERITONEAL SHUNTS: ROLE WITH INTRAVENTRICULAR RADIOIMMUNOTHERAPY

EMBR-03. TREATMENT OF EMBRYONAL TUMOR WITH MULTILAYERED ROSETTES (ETMR) WITH TARGETED RADIOIMMUNOTHERAPY

Prospective trial of targeted radioimmunotherapy with Y-90 ibritumomab tiuxetan (Zevalin) for front-line treatment of early-stage extranodal indolent ocular adnexal lymphoma

Improving the chance of cure of follicular lymphoma by combining immunotherapy and radioimmunotherapy based on anti-CD20 antibodies?

O-0004FRACTIONATED RADIOIMMUNOTHERAPY WITH 90ϒ-CLIVATUZUMAB TETRAXETAN IN PATIENTS WITH METASTATIC PANCREATIC CANCER AFTER ≥ 2 PRIOR THERAPIES

Interaction of Radiolabeled Antibodies with Fungal Cells and Components of the Immune System In Vitro and during Radioimmunotherapy for Experimental Fungal Infection

PDCT-06. RADIO-IMMUNOTHERAPY USING THE IDO-INHIBITOR INDOXIMOD IN COMBINATION WITH RE-IRRADIATION FOR CHILDREN WITH PROGRESSIVE BRAIN TUMORS IN THE PHASE 1 SETTING: AN UPDATED REPORT OF SAFETY AND TOLERABILITY (NCT02502708)

 

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n. treatment in which a radioactive substance is linked to an antibody that attaches to a specific type of tumour cell, thus delivering the radiation to the tumour and limiting damage to healthy cells. See monoclonal antibody.

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