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Immune Cells vs. Cancer: What Are CAR T-Cells and How Do They Work?

One of the newest things in cancer therapy is the idea that we can harness the immune system to attack cancer. So how do we make that work? Charles Sentman, PhD, professor of microbiology and immunology, explains how specially engineered immune cells—called CAR T-cells—locate and destroy tumor cells.

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