Helping Killer T Cells Gun Down Cancer
One of the many strategies employed to fight cancer is helping the body's own defense system seek out and destroy invaders. One way to do this is to ship in help -- in the form of cells doctored to contain copies of the genes that control the body's natural immune response. Now, using this technique, scientists at Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore have cured renal cancer in mice.
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