Injecting immune cell stimulants directly into a tumour could help the immune system spot and attack cancer cells, according to new research in mice.
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An immunotherapy drug has shown promise for the first time in a form of aggressive breast cancer.
With two complex CAR T immunotherapies now approved on the NHS in England, we look at how the health service has had to react to these exciting new treatments.
Dr James Allison and Professor Tasuku Honjo have been given a Nobel Prize for revolutionising our understanding of how the immune system sees cancer.
Scientists have shown for the first time that immune cells in the urine of bladder cancer patients accurately reflect those in the tumour environment.
A joint UK and European research project launches today to combat liver cancer, which is the fastest rising cause of cancer death in the UK.
A first of its kind treatment vaccine has moved into a phase I clinical trial for patients with non-small cell lung cancer.
In this Science Surgery post we explore the work being done to use existing treatments in other types of cancer.
Our new research partnership is exploring common ground between arthritis and cancer, which could bring benefits to patients on both sides.