Sumit K. Subudhi

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Targeting a T-cell inhibitory checkpoint with the anti-CTLA-4 monoclonal antibody, ipilimumab, represents a scientific breakthrough in immunotherapy for the treatment of cancer. However, ipilimumab therapy is also associated with unique side effects, known as immune-related adverse events (irAEs), which need to be recognized and managed with(More)
Combination therapy with α-CTLA-4 and α-PD-1 has shown significant clinical responses in different types of cancer. However, the underlying mechanisms remain elusive. Here, combining detailed analysis of human tumour samples with preclinical tumour models, we report that concomitant blockade of CTLA-4 and PD-1 improves anti-tumour immune responses and(More)
BACKGROUND Immune checkpoint inhibitors have revolutionized cancer therapy since these drugs target inhibitory pathways on T cells, which result in durable anti-tumor immune responses and significant overall survival for a subset of cancer patients. These drugs can also lead to toxicities, which require additional research to identify mechanisms of(More)
Preexistent tumor inflammation is associated with superior clinical benefit from immunotherapies targeting immune checkpoints, calling for development of strategies that can induce tumor immune infiltration. To this end, therapy with oncolytic viruses (OV) presents an attractive strategy, though clinical development of OV's has been largely hampered by(More)
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