Immunotherapy Treatments for Cancer Gain Momentum

Immunotherapy Treatments for Cancer Gain Momentum

In recent case, woman with metastatic breast cancer is cancer-free after infusion of immune cells at National Cancer Institute
The science of using immunotherapy to treat cancer is advancing rapidly, marked by the National Cancer Institute’s recent disclosure that a metastatic breast-cancer patient is now cancer-free, regulators’ expected approval of a major lymphoma treatment this fall and the unveiling Thursday of a partnership between government researchers and drugmakers.

Originally published on Wall Street Journal



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