Dr. Aaron Logan on the Evolution of Immunotherapy in Oncology

January 21, 2016
Aaron Logan, MD, PhD

Aaron Logan, MD, PhD, discusses the evolving definition of immunotherapy and its importance within the realm of oncology. Logan says immunotherapies were initially meant try to vaccinate patients against their own tumors, though the methodologies involved did not prove successful.

Aaron Logan, MD, PhD, assistant professor of Clinical Medicine, University of California San Francisco, discusses the evolving definition of immunotherapy and their importance within the realm of oncology. Logan says immunotherapies were initially meant to try to vaccinate patients against their own tumors, though the methodologies involved did not prove successful.