Attacking a Tumor
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University of Pennsylvania
Tiny magnetic beads force the larger T-cells to divide before they are infused into the patient.
Doctors removed a billion of his T-cells — a type of white blood cell that fights viruses and tumors — and gave them new genes that would program the cells to attack his cancer. Then the altered cells were dripped back into Mr. Ludwig’s veins.
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