Lecture: Monoclonal Antibodies: Stanford Academia-Industry Collaboration

Marcia Stefanik - Stanford

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Lecture Description

Ron Levy, MD, professor of Medicine at Stanford, recounts his experiences moving his discovery from the lab to the clinical setting and discusses the future of this cancer treatment. Wendy Harpham, a participant in the early clinical trials of Rituxan, the first FDA-approved monoclonal antibody for cancer treatment that Levy developed, provides a patient's perspective.

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