Cancer immunology research takes centre stage at inaugural international conference ‘Translating Science into Survival’. Two of the foremost UK-based authorities on cancer immunology and immunotherapy speak at September’s Inaugural International Cancer Immunotherapy Conference: Translating Science into Survival in New York.
£480,000 donation from the Wolfson Foundation boosts Southampton’s campaign to open world-leading Centre.
Read the feature in Southampton Magazine’s latest issue (pages 10-13) on our plans for the new Centre and learn how our own Professor Peter Johnson is changing the shape of clinical research in the UK.
Read the University of Southampton’s Professor Mark Cragg’s piece in The Conversation on how weaponising the body’s immune system can deliver a cure for cancer.
Read the BBC news item on how ‘a pair of cancer drugs can shrink tumours in nearly 60% of people with advanced melanoma’. Further good news for immunotherapy breakthroughs.
Radical immunotherapy treatment could lead to half of advanced sufferers making a full recovery and kick off a whole new era in fighting the illness. Read the full story in the Mirror and hear from our own Professor Peter Johnson.
The University of Southampton has launched an ambitious £25m fundraising campaign to build a multi-million-pound centre for groundbreaking cancer research in Southampton. Read further coverage in the Daily Echo.
The University of Southampton has launched a fundraising campaign for the UK’s first dedicated cancer immunology centre. Read the BBC coverage about our campaign to raise £25m for the new research centre, to open in 2017
Half of patients suffering deadly cancers could make full recoveries thanks to a new treatment which has stunned doctors with its success.
A new drug with the potential to reverse resistance to immunotherapy has been developed by scientists at the University of Southampton.