New England Journal of Medicine
September 17, 2020 Vol. 383 No. 12
Tolerance in the Age of Immunotherapy
Jeffrey A. Bluestone, Ph.D., and Mark Anderson, M.D., Ph.D.
The immune system distinguishes between “self” and “nonself” and remembers dangerous exposures. Elaborate mechanisms control immune responses, but in some cases, the response either does not recognize the danger or causes unwanted autoinflammation. The authors review advances in developing durable immune tolerance