“Glioblastoma brain tumors can have an unusual effect on the body’s immune system, often causing a dramatic drop in the number of circulating T-cells that help drive the body’s defenses.
Where the T-cells go has been unclear, even as immunotherapies are increasingly employed to stimulate the body’s natural ability to fight invasive tumors.
Now researchers at Duke Cancer Institute have tracked the missing T-cells in glioblastoma patients. They found them in abundance in the bone marrow…”
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Duke researchers are using salmonella bacteria to fight glioblastoma. Read the full article here.
Research at Duke University using the polio virus to kill brain cancer has been granted breakthrough status by the FDA. Results in the earliest stage of testing have been so remarkable, the FDA wants to fast track the treatment to speed it to market. Watch the video and read the full article.
Check out this 60 Minutes documentary about a clinical trial at Duke University. They’re using the polio virus to kill glioblastoma cells… and it’s working!