cancer treatment

The first phase of clinical trials for a possible new treatment for cancer is in the works for a Yale University-created immunotherapy drug delivery system that can carry multiple drugs inside a miniscule particle. Developed in the lab of associate professor Tarek Fahmy, the nanogel delivery system, can be employed for multiple combinations of drugs… Read more

Significantly boosting the effectiveness of immunotherapy may be possible by giving cancer patients aspirin along with the treatment, new research from Francis Crick Institute finds. The study showed that skin, breast and bowel cancer cells often produce large amounts of prostaglandin E2 (PGE2). The PGE2 molecule lowers the immune system’s normal response to attack faulty… Read more