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Living drugs that reprogram patients’ immune cells show early promise against hard-to-treat brain tumors

  • T-Cells were genetically modified in a lab to recognize specific proteins on brain tumor cells.
  • CAR-T cells were modified to reprogram suppressor T-cells into killer T-cells to fight the tumor.
  • The modifications made T-cells more effective in battling cancer by outsmarting its ability to hide from detection.
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