Infections complicating the use of monoclonal antibodies for malignancy
from Infectious Disease Advisor
For decades the standard treatment of malignancies has been cytotoxic chemotherapeutic drugs. A byproduct of this approach has been that normal cells, such as gastrointestinal mucosal cells or bone marrow cells, are also often affected, with significant constitutional and gastrointestinal side effects as well as infectious complications.
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