How Genetically Altering And Boosting Special Immune Cells Of Patients Suffering From Certain Forms Of Cancer May Eliminate Disease
Can science really direct a patient’s cells to treat–and possibly cure–his/her own life-threatening disease?
Years ago, it may have sounded like the stuff of science fiction. Today, it’s saving the lives of patients who need it most.
By genetically altering and boosting special immune cells of patients suffering from certain forms of cancer, those cells–often referred to as a “living drug”–may serve to eliminate the disease.