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Posted on 29th March 2022
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This article on New Atlas describes a study on mice in which a "marshmallow-like" scaffold loaded with the patients' own T-cells that have been programmed to fight cancer is inserted into the body.
This type of immunotherapy proved faster and more potent against the cancer in the mouse subjects than other immunotherapies.