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Cancer immunotherapy, which encompasses a variety of approaches that mobilise the immune system to seek out and kill cancer cells, is showing substantial potential to transform the treatment of cancer. Articles in this collection highlight the progress being made with several of the most promising immunotherapy approaches and discuss key issues for maximizing their benefits, such as how immunotherapies may be rationally combined with each other or with traditional anticancer drugs.