Rejecting cancer

日期:2019-03-06 09:17:01 作者:张廖操彖 阅读:

By Philip Cohen TRANSPLANTS of specially grown immune cells that home in on tumour cells could help cure leukaemia, and possibly a wide variety of other cancers, too. In people with leukaemia, the bone marrow—the tissue that gives rise to blood and immune cells—becomes cancerous. The usual treatment is to destroy the cancerous tissue and replace it with matched marrow to avoid any chance of immune rejection. But almost 20 years ago,