As large multi-cancer datasets become more important for predicting who may benefit from cancer drugs, a new approach better accounts for potentially overlooked variation.
Urine test found to be extremely accurate at detecting aggressive prostate cancer with few false negatives.
Targeting this inside-the-cell checkpoint could potentially improve response to cancer immunotherapy.
Engineers and oncologists teamed to develop a microfluidic chip capable of capturing the body’s natural killer immune cells to harvest their cancer-killing exosomes.
A new understanding of intracellular pathways activated as T cells start to mount an immune response offers clues against graft-versus-host disease, a serious complication of bone marrow transplantation.
The liver siphons critical immune cells to render immunotherapy ineffective; radiation to the liver may block this process.