Biological therapy


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NAME

Biological therapy

DESCRIPTION

Biological therapy is a type of therapeutic treatment. The agents used for biological therapy are designed to specifically target a biological phenomenon, gene, protein, or group of genes or proteins thought to be involved in the disease.

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