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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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October 2, 2015
The director of CRI's Scientific Advisory Council talks immunotherapy with the New York Times.
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The inspiring story of lung cancer survivor Pam G. put a human face on cancer immunotherapy.
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A CRI postdoctoral fellow was part of the team investigating the relation of red meat to cancer risk.
cancer immunotherapy, in the news, patients, scientific leadership, survival, TheAnswerToCancer.org
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Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania publish latest results on an experimental immunotherapy using genetically engineered T cells.
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