What is Adoptive Cell Transfer?
Adoptive cell transfer is a type of immunotherapy used to help patients fight cancer. These adoptive T cells are given to patients so that these immune cells can do their job in attacking cancer cells and restoring health.
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What are the types of Adoptive Cell Transfer?
Types of adoptive cell transfer include chimeric antigen receptor T-cell (CAR T-cell) therapy and tumor-infiltrating lymphocyte (TIL) therapy. Currently, adoptive cell transfer that uses T-cells from a donor is being studied for the treatment of some types of cancer and some infections. Adoptive cell therapy is also referred to as cellular adoptive immunotherapy and T-cell transfer therapy.