Computer modeling of cancer immunotherapy
Mathematical modeling and computer simulations were used to study the dynamics of cancer immunotherapy. Immunotherapies of human cancers were modeled using a system of non-linear differential equations based on clinical data of the patho-physiology of the disease. Computer simulations were performed using plausible patient disease parametric configurations. The simulations were used to analyze the criteria for scenarios of cancer persistence, total extinction, and temporal remission under various therapeutic protocols. Computer analyses of the efficacy of various drug delivery schemes were performed.
Thompson, Jacoya Chantel, "Computer modeling of cancer immunotherapy" (2015). ETD Collection for Fayetteville State University. AAI1581858.