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Biological therapy uses recombinant proteins produced from living organisms such as bacteria. These proteins, naturally occurring or genetically engineered proteins are used to treat cancer or reduce side effects of cancer treatments. Examples include recombinant receptor antagonists, like anakinra and sotatercept, and fusion proteins, like abatacept.