Brodsky offers an outline of how Immunotherapy (working to strengthen the immune system) is working against cancer, and how Immunotherapy is advancing in different ways to match the complex machinations of cancer.
Arthur Brodsky, Ph.D. is the principal science writer at the Cancer Research Institute (CRI), where he specializes in cancer immunotherapy. His work involves translating the science behind this exciting revolution in cancer treatment into clear and concise content that all can appreciate. Through his work at CRI he also collaborates with the leading cancer doctors, researchers, and nonprofit organizations, to develop blueprints for moving the field of cancer immunotherapy forward. Before turning to science communication full-time, Arthur completed his doctorate in Bioengineering at Clemson University, where researched diverse topics including biopharmaceuticals, stem cells, and breast cancer.
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