noun, plural im·mu·no·ther·a·pies.
treatment designed to produce immunity to a disease or enhance the resistance of the immune system to an active disease process, as cancer.
Origin of immunotherapy
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med the treatment of disease by stimulating the body's production of antibodies
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Treatment of disease by inducing, enhancing, or suppressing an immune response.
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