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New Immunotherapy Method Shows Promise For Blocking Breast Cancer Treatment

PRESS RELEASE — Researchers have discovered the mechanism by which specific immune cells can block breast cancer development and even suppress a developed tumor. In mice studies, the team observed that CD4+ T helper (Th) 2 cells reverted high-grade breast tumors to making cells similar to a non-cancerous breast gland. The research is published in a …

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NIH Awards Buck Institute $12.7 Million To Join Cellular Senescence Network

PRESS RELEASE — Buck Institute professors Judith Campisi, PhD and Birgit Schilling PhD, have been awarded a $12 million grant from the NIH’s Common Fund to join the newly established Cellular Senescence Network (SenNet), a national “tissue and cell mapping” effort involving 13 research institutes. The initiative is aimed at understanding cellular senescence, a stress …

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