Published in Cancer Weekly, August 20th, 2002
The technique involves administering an injection of fresh immune cells to replace the ones that die immediately after chemotherapy or irradiation. An injection of cancer cells at the same time serves as a form of "immunotherapy," which induces a person's immune system to attack existing colonies of those cancer cells.
In this technique, the fresh immune...
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