CANCER THERAPY ANIMATION MOA | PHARMACOLOGY – Equisolve

“Cancer Immunology Immunotherapy” Research”, can be extremely difficult to explain and may be just as difficult to understand; Hence the advent of using storytelling via a “MOA” or mechanism of action video by a few scientific animation studios in the…

CANCER THERAPY ANIMATION MOA | PHARMACOLOGY - Equisolve

Source

0
(0)

Cancer Immunology Immunotherapy”

Research”, can be extremely difficult to explain and may be just as difficult to understand; Hence the advent of using storytelling via a “MOA” or mechanism of action video by a few scientific animation studios in the field, such as Equisolve Studios.
Visit https://equisolve.com/?utm_source=VV_VROB
For example; A hematologist such as Dr. Sarah Larson at UCLA gives an excellent presentation on cancer immunology via the use of “Car T-Cell Therapy” or chemotherapy (chemotherapy is not the same as Car T-Cell Therapy, Car t-Cell Therapy is a targeted version of Chemotherapy) using a blood cancer treatment or using what is known as a lymphoma treatment via her YouTube video. But unless you are an oncologist or hematologist this presentation appears to be difficult to understand. This field of study is what is known as cancer immunology and biotechnology research and development.

What if you could present a short video explaining “how CAR T-cell Therapy Works?” or how CAR T-Cell Immunotherapy works in the field of car t-cell therapy pediatric leukemia patients for example. Furthermore; what if you could show a simplistic view via a storytelling video of “how car t-cells kill cancer”, while explaining the “car T-cell therapy process?” Best of all; what if you could do it using a MOA video of the “car t-cell therapy process” using “scientific animation” via a “mechanism of action video (MOA)?” This video presentation process called mechanism of action MOA, also works withTumor immunology and immunotherapy”, in making this process simple to understand.

If you are a biotech company or a pharmaceutical company and wish to present a possible therapy to potential investors, physicians or scientists; why not use storytelling via medical animation in a mechanism of action video?

In the above video we at Equisolve Studios have created a short video explaining “Car-T Cell Therapy“. This video is an excellent example of how to convey a difficult to understand medical topic and make it compelling for the scientific community, clinicians, as well as institutional and retail investors. Equisolve also makes videos simple enough for care givers, patients and those with a vested interest in immunotherapy and immune-oncology to understand.
Contact us:
Visit https://equisolve.com/?utm_source=VV_VROB
Equisolve Studios 2455 E Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
Call (954) 390-6060
Email science@equisolve.com

http://y2u.be/za5cqsHHysc
http://y2u.be/kTd4151mqhE

0 / 5. 0

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *