Nancy Bigley (Advisor), Barbara Hull (Committee Member), Dawn Wooley (Committee Member)
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Al Kamal, Nasrah. M.S. Program of Microbiology and Immunology, Wright State University, 2015.Immunotherapy for Human Breast Cancer. The study focuses on the methodologies that are used in breast cancer therapy. The review finds major evolutions of these methods and the influence they have made on the increased survival rates in cancer patients. There is also a projection of the processes that are involved in the therapy practices and the way the protocols have been improved over time. The various stages of cancer treatment project the various aspects of better performance articulations in the therapy sector. There is also reference to what is supposed to be done to reduce the limitations in cancer therapy contingencies.
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