Monoclonal Antibodies in Treating Cancer is a part of the VCE Biology area of study ‘How do Cells Communicate?’ and subtopic ‘Immunity’. Monoclonal antibodies can be used to trigger an immune response. This response can destroy the wall of a cancer cell and can also block the growth of cancer cells.
How do Monoclonal Antibodies Treat Cancer?
This video from the National Cancer Institute aims to answer all your questions.
How do Monoclonal Antibodies Work?
Watch this video for a detailed look at how monoclonal antibodies work.
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