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Seaweed-based nanoparticles may offer a way to deliver cancer drugs directly to brain tumors.
The research is vital because Epstein-Barr virus is linked to cancers, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and other conditions.
A vaccine designed to enhance T-cell activity could help CAR-T therapy work better against solid tumors.
The success of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines could help accelerate clinical research on vaccines to treat cancer.
At Melanoma Research Alliance’s 2021 Scientific Treat, scientists discussed enhancing anti-tumor immune response of combination therapies.
A topical drug restores the function of erectile nerves damaged by radical prostatectomy, according to a study in rats.
COVID-19 vaccine’s mRNA technology could one day help treat cancer.
Vaccines that stimulate immune responses against cancer using the mRNA technology may be fast-acting and cheap to make.
The nanoparticles led to more cancer-killing immune cells and slowed the growth of melanoma in mice.
New research suggests that inducing necroptosis in or around tumor cells can help the immune system rid the body of cancer cells.
The Cytophone device was able to detect a single cancer cell in a liter of blood.
The technology, which tracks DNA, is promising but “very proof of principle at this point.”
Matthias Stephan, MD, PhD, receives grant to develop cancer vaccine–optimizing, TCR-programming nanotechnology.
Tiny liposome-based drug carriers make tumors more vulnerable to targeted immunotherapy.
Fred Hutchinson scientist to use nanoparticles to reprogram macrophages to tackle brain tumors.
Researchers are working to discover why immunotherapies succeed or fail.
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