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Research involving scientists at the Centre for Cancer Immunology, could pave the way for new treatments for chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL), giving fresh hope for patients.
Scientists at the University of Southampton’s Centre for Cancer Immunology together with colleagues in the School for Biological Sciences have shed new light on a key aspect of the immune system
Cancer immunotherapy research in Southampton has been given a boost thanks to new funding by Cancer Research UK.
Professor Mark Cragg from the Centre for Cancer Immunology is part of a review of recent discoveries on how antibodies work in our bodies.
A scientist at the Centre for Cancer Immunology has been involved in a study that shows, for the first time, the real-world vaccine responses and infection outcomes in clinically at-risk patients with a range of immunocompromised or immunosuppressed conditions.
Clinician scientists in Southampton have shown a rare form of cancer can be treated with a drug that’s already available on the NHS.
Scientists and researchers from the Centre for Cancer Immunology have been presenting their work at several conferences across the globe over the past few weeks.
A professor, based at the Centre for Cancer Immunology, has been appointed to a national role aiming to improve and expand cancer services in the UK.
Scientists at the Centre for Cancer Immunology are to begin a new study to better understand why certain natural killer T cells are more effective against cancer than others.