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Scientists from Russia and Europe to Test New Cancer Therapy Method by 2018
8.09.2017 08:55
Scientists from Russia and Europe to Test New Cancer Therapy Method by 2018

Experts plan to program the cells surrounding a tumor for suppressing its growth.

      Scientists from Russia, Germany and Latvia are developing an essentially new method of cancer therapy based on suppression of tumor growth by the cells around it, the press service of the Tomsk State University reports. It is planned to carry out preclinical tests of the method by the end of 2018.


      "The essence of the basically new approach to cancer treatment, which is developed by scientists of the Tomsk National Research Medical Center, RAS, the Heidelberg University and the Latvian Biomedical Research Center, consists in "teaching" the cells in the tumor microenvironment to interfere with its growth and metastasis. It is planned that the new therapeutic approach will be developed and pass preclinical tests by the end of 2018", - the report says.


Sources: http://tass.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Cancer     

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