Jefferson researchers boost immune 'killer cells,' increase antibody effectiveness against cancer
Researchers have devised a novel method to expand the number of immune system "natural killer" cells from blood cells outside the body. They have shown in laboratory studies that adding such cells to anti-cancer therapies involving monoclonal antibody drugs such as Herceptin, which targets the HER2/neu protein on breast cancer cells, is more effective in killing cancer cells, and perhaps someday may improve treatments.
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