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New research optimizes body’s own immune system to fight cancer – The Tribune India

Cytotoxic T cells are like soldiers who search out and destroy the targeted invader cells



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Washington, May 15
A groundbreaking study led by engineering and medical researchers at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities shows how engineered immune cells used in new cancer therapies can overcome physical barriers to allow a patient’s own immune system to fight tumours.
The research was published in Nature Communications, a peer-reviewed, open access, scientific journal published by Nature Research. It could improve cancer therapies in the future for millions of people worldwide.

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