Stanford Innovation Forges a
Revolution in Cancer Treatment

Three Stanford researchers, whose discoveries laid the foundation for today's new cancer therapies, received individual Nobel Prizes for their work on cancer biology and the human immune system.

Cancer Immunotherapy: The Future of Cancer Care

One of the first successful immunotherapy treatments for cancer was developed at Stanford in 1981 by Dr. Ronald Levy.


"By activating your immune system, we're working to stop the spread of cancer."

Genetic Profiling of Cancer Leads to Targeted Therapies


"At Stanford, we recognize the importance of molecular typing for nearly every patient's cancer. If you haven't looked at the molecular type of the tumor, you've potentially missed treatment options."

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