When combined into one, two types of immunotherapy appear more effective than either one alone for blood cancers like leukemia.
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A new method that delivers DNA directly into immune cells could help solve some of the problems with immunotherapy cancer treatments.
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New infrared imaging technology can reveal tumors deep inside tissue with greater clarity than current methods, which could help guide treatment.
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The "lab-on-a-chip" quickly shows how single stem cells react to different environments, a process that would take more than 1 million steps in a lab.
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Custom T cells researchers engineered in the lab can take on hepatocellular carcinoma, a common liver cancer.
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Researchers aim to immunize patients against cancer, but first need to find which cells will do the job.
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Metastatic cancer cells leave tumors and travel in clusters, not singles. A new study shows that drafting helps the process along.
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