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A "Living Drug" That Could Change the Way We Treat Cancer

Video   Oct 07, 2019

 

Carl June is the pioneer behind CAR T-cell therapy: a groundbreaking cancer treatment that supercharges part of a patient's own immune system to attack and kill tumors.

In a talk about a breakthrough, he shares how three decades of research culminated in a therapy that's eradicated cases of leukemia once thought to be incurable  and explains how it could be used to fight other types of cancer.

 
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