Immunotherapy is treatment that uses your body's own immune system to help fight cancer. The immune cells and the substances they make travel through your body to protect it from germs that cause infections. They also help protect you from cancer in some ways. It may help to think of your body as a castle. Germs like viruses, bacteria, and parasites are like hostile, foreign armies that are not normally found in your body. They try to invade your body to use its resources, and they can hurt you in the process. Your immune system is your bodyâs defense force. It helps keep invading germs out, or kills them if they do get into your body. Clearly there are limits on the immune systemâs ability to fight cancer on its own, because many people with healthy immune systems still develop cancer. Sometimes the immune system doesnât see the cancer cells as foreign because the cells are not different enough from normal cells. Sometimes the immune system recognizes the cancer cells, but the response might not be strong enough to destroy the cancer. Cancer cells themselves can also give off substances that keep the immune system in chec
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