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Precision chemo-immunotherapy for pancreatic cancer?

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Pancreatic cancer is highly lethal: according to the National Cancer Institute, only about 10 percent of patients remain alive five years after diagnosis. Now, a preclinical study from the lab of Marsha Moses, PhD at Boston Children’s Hospital, reports marked and lasting tumor regression in a mouse model, using a highly selective, potent, engineered antibody-drug combination.

The findings, published November 3 in the journal Advanced Science, provide the basis for further pre-clinical studies to advance this approach to the clinic, the researchers say. Read more . . . 


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