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Groundbreaking cancer treatment may trigger more cancer – but here’s why you shouldn’t worry

By Justin Stebbing, Professor of Biomedical Sciences, Anglia Ruskin University
In the last few decades, scientists have finally learned to harness the immune system to successfully treat cancer. Although doctors often use immunotherapy drugs, another type of treatment uses patient’s cells to treat their own cancers.

Car-T therapy, short for “chimeric antigen receptor T-cell”, is a cutting-edge treatment…The Conversation

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