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A "living drug" which might save the life of lukemia patients - drugdiscovery.com


US scientists find a way to us the patients own T-cells to recognise cancer cells and kill them. According to the statistic, 1400 people yearly die in this kind of blood cancer, although it is considered to be among the most curable ones.
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