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Welcome to the Cancer Research Institute blog. Here we share the latest updates on the field of cancer immunotherapy from CRI, including scientific breakthroughs, news stories, and program announcements. We invite your comments and encourage you to share these stories with your friends.
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September 28, 2016
Arthur N. Brodsky, Ph.D.
For the last 60 years, Cancer Research Institute scientists have studied how to harness the power of the immune system to fight cancer, which is now recognized as "Breakthrough of the Year" by Science magazine.
cancer immunotherapy, progress, scientific leadership
community fundraising, events
Coley's toxins, history
Battling acute lymphoblastic leukemia, 6-year-old Emily Whitehead was enrolled in a clinical trial testing a therapy created by CRI scientist Dr. Carl June.
clinical trials, emma whitehead, leukemia, patients, T cell therapy
awareness, cancer immunotherapy, charity, donate, givingtuesday
charity, donate, givingtuesday
Meet some marathon runners who supported Cancer Research Institute's mission to raise more funds for immunotherapy research.
community fundraising, events, marathon, Team CRI
anti-CTLA-4, awards & honors, James Allison