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December 27, 2018 - National Post

Cancer may no longer be deadly in future, say British researchers announcing breakthrough

Cancer may no longer be deadly in future, say British researchers announcing breakthrough
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LONDON — Scientists have discovered a breakthrough treatment to fight cancer, and claim the disease will no longer be deadly for future generations.

Researchers at the Francis Crick Institute in London believe it is possible to strengthen the body’s defences by transplanting immune cells from strangers. Patients will begin to receive the new treatment next year, and the team now wants to establish “immune banks” to store disease-fighting cells.

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