Engineered cells touted to treat the most aggressive cancers in the world
Engineered stem cell therapy presents a promising therapeutic strategy for a highly malignant brain tumor, says US scientist.
"When I floated the idea of using tumor cells to treat cancer to my colleagues, they thought I had lost it at an early age. My perseverance prevailed..."
That is what Harvard Medical School's Professor Khalid Shah told the laughing audience during his maiden TEDx talk, in which he spoke about how "repurposed cancer cells" could be used as therapeutics to cure aggressive cancers.
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