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Immune modulators

Immune modulators

Immunomodulators are a form of immunotherapy that modify the function of the immune system in order to regulate or enhance its function. Examples include interferon alpha, which when bound to its receptor leads to the activation of cell-mediated immunity, and lenalidomide, which increases the anti-tumor activity of T cells and natural killer cells and shows synergy with antibody therapy.

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