New lymphoma treatment developed at Cardiff University

From BBC - November 14, 2017

A new method for treating a rare and often aggressive type of blood cancer has been developed by researchers at Cardiff University.

Researchers at its School of Medicine have discovered a way to kill cancerous T-cells in lymphoma patients without destroying healthy T-cells which are essential to the immune system.

Further research is needed before clinical trials on patients.

Lymphomas arise when immune cells called lymphocytes become cancerous.


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