UCF: Natural Killer Cells May Open Lifesaving Cancer Treatments to More Patients

UCF: Natural Killer Cells May Open Lifesaving Cancer Treatments to More Patients

College of Medicine cancer researcher Dr. Alicja Copik has just discovered a way to make that therapy viable to thousands by using the body’s own natural killer cells in a new way.

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