Posts Tagged ‘immunotherapy’

Altered viruses may hold key to boosting mesothelioma patient outcomes

15 Jun 2017 by Sarah Mahan under Research/Treatment

587px Researcher looks through microscope 1 100x100 Altered viruses may hold key to boosting mesothelioma patient outcomesViruses are most commonly associated with illness — the 24-hour stomach bug or a cold. However, a pair of biologists from Minnesota say evidence exists that altered viruses can not only kill mesothelioma cells directly, but can be used to make immunotherapy treatments for the deadly disease more effective. (more…)


Napster founder Sean Parker announces $250M contribution to immunotherapy cancer research

13 Apr 2016 by Temp Temple under Research/Treatment

research test tubes 100x100 Napster founder Sean Parker announces $250M contribution to immunotherapy cancer researchCancer immunotherapy has gained momentum in the fight against cancer as tech billionaire Sean Parker announces plans to give $250 million to six cancer centers across the U.S. (more…)


Vaccine uses new approach to immunotherapy for vaccine to treat mesothelioma, ovarian cancer

28 Mar 2014 by Wendi Lewis under News, Research/Treatment

cancer stem cell 100x100 Vaccine uses new approach to immunotherapy for vaccine to treat mesothelioma, ovarian cancerResearchers have developed a vaccine that takes a novel approach to immunotherapy to treat cancer, in particular mesothelioma and ovarian cancer. The new vaccine should be easier for patients with advanced cancers to tolerate, and less expensive to administer than traditional immunotherapy vaccines. (more…)