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iflscience - Potentially Cheap Bacteria-Based Immunotherapy For Cancer Passes Phase I Clinical Trial

Hmmm, de l'idée, injecter des Mycobactéries dans les tumeurs cancéreuses pour stimuler les défenses immunitaires ... c'est long comme protocole, mais why not.
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Coley needed to inject his patients every 2-3 days for months to achieve his results, but the researchers on the new trial used Mycobacteria, an unusual bacteria that Fahrer told IFLScience; “Is neither gram positive nor gram negative”. More importantly, it is released slowly from the solution used, so a single injection lasts six weeks. “Mycobacteria is widely used in the standard adjuvant for animal use,” Fahrer added, so it is not hard to come by.

Potentially Cheap Bacteria-Based Immunotherapy For Cancer Passes Phase I Clinical Trial

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