Scot A. Fisher, DO

Scot A. Fisher, DO

Contact Dr. Fisher

Jefferson Torresdale Hospital
10800 Knights Road
Philadelphia, PA 19114

(215) 612-4300
(215) 612-4350 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Neo-antigen specific T cell responses indicate the presence of metastases before imaging
  2. Combination immune checkpoint blockade as an effective therapy for mesothelioma
  3. The urgent need in oncology for a comprehensive cost of care task force
  4. In Reply to McClelland III and Jaboin
  5. Poorly differentiated carcinoma of the orbit
  6. Patients Undergoing Radiation Therapy Are at Risk of Financial Toxicity: A Patient-based Prospective Survey Study
  7. Transient Treg depletion enhances therapeutic anti-cancer vaccination:
  8. Immunotherapy for lung cancer
  9. Strong spontaneous tumor neoantigen responses induced by a natural human carcinogen
  10. The efficacy of tumor debulking surgery is improved by adjuvant immunotherapy using imiquimod and anti-CD40
  11. Is financial literacy necessary for radiation oncology residents?
  12. Chemotherapy enhances cross-presentation of nuclear tumor antigens
  13. Neoadjuvant anti-tumor vaccination prior to surgery enhances survival
  14. The "trojan Horse" approach to tumor immunotherapy: Targeting the tumor microenvironment
  15. Quantitation of defective and ecotropic viruses during LP-BM5 infection by real time PCR and RT-PCR
  16. Interferon-γ Response by Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells to Hepatitis C Virus Core Antigen Is Reduced in Patients with Liver Fibrosis
  17. Tumor progression despite efficient tumor antigen cross-presentation and effective "arming" of tumor antigen-specific CTL
  18. Lack of ignorance to tumor antigens: Evaluation using nominal antigen transfection and T-Cell receptor transgenic lymphocytes in Lyons-Parish analysis - Implications for tumor tolerance
  19. Neoadjuvant chemotherapy, radical resection with intraoperative reidation therapy (IORT) : Improved treatment for gastric adenocarcinoma
  20. The role of splenic irradiation in treating HIV-associated immune thrombocytopenia