Fighting Cancer Ourselves
By Chris Wood, Casey Extraordinary Technology Worldwide, tens of thousands of researchers are working feverishly on a cure for cancer, testing countless new drugs and dozens of novel approaches. Most will end up in the dustbin. But among the most promising of that small group likely to make it to market is a new type of monoclonal antibody therapy. That may sound like a daunting scientific concept to try to wrap one’s head around, but in essence monoclonal antibodies are simple. Most of us are familiar with antibodies, the road warriors of the human body’s immune system. They’re those little Y-shaped proteins that are used to identify and neutralize foreign objects in the body (like bacteria and viruses) by binding . . . → Read More: Fighting Cancer Ourselves
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