23 Jan 20
Immunotherapy may have taken a leap forward following the discovery of a new type of T-cell by a team at Cardiff University, which could potentially be used to provide a “one size fits all” treatment for many different cancers. The belief is that the receptors on these T-cells are able to detect cancer through their interaction with MR1, a molecule that is present on the surface of all human cells. Experiments in mice and in lab dishes, a newly identified T-cell (A-T cell) could detect a wide range of cancerous cells including lung, skin, colon, breast, prostate, leukaemia and others.
The researchers published their findings in the journal Nature Immunology, and a summary has been published in the Daily Telegraph and Newsweek.
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