In the news: New lymphoma treatment leaves healthy cells intact
Researchers at Cardiff University’s School of Medicine have developed a new way of treating lymphoma that kills cancerous T-cells without destroying healthy ones.
Lymphoma is caused by immune cells called lymphocytes becoming cancerous, and the team have found a way of saving healthy cells, which are vital to the immune system.
T-cell lymphoma is an aggressive form of blood cancer and a lot more rare than other types, including B-cell lymphoma, which developments in treatment have made curable.
The team will be conducting more research before the new treatment can be used in clinical trials.
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