Comments for: Cells from patients’ own blood spur cancer remissions

Posted Dec. 10, 2012, at 9:30 a.m.

Nine leukemia patients are cancer-free after being treated with genetically-altered versions of their own immune cells, giving strength to a promising new approach for treating the blood cancer. The trial of 12 patients, two of them children, bolsters findings from 2011. Then, scientists from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia …

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