Immunotherapy for cancer treatment has its drawbacks, but a new method from Stanford University scientists that involves injecting two different agents -- one already approved and one experimental -- shows great promise. The injected T cells not only affect the existing tumor but then leave that spot to search out and destroy other cancer cells in the body.
Simple new method may be a big step forward in immunotherapy
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