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adop·tive immunotherapy

n :  treatment esp. for cancer in which lymphocytes are removed from a patient, cultured with interleukin-2 to induce their transformation into lymphokine-activated killer cells, and returned to the patient's body along with interleukin-2 .
 
 

 
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