Targeting LAG-3 to Potentiate Antitumor Immune Activity: Expert Guidance on Molecular Function and Clinical Application

Download these slides from a live workshop series to learn more about LAG-3 as the latest validated immune checkpoint therapeutic target, evidence on the first approved LAG-3 therapy, relatlimab, and the many investigational agents targeting LAG-3 across multiple tumor types.
Evan J. Lipson, MD
Tian Zhang, MD, MHS
Format: Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt)
File Size: 1.98 MB
Released: March 23, 2022


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