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Submitted by etechmag 726d ago | news

Genetically Engineered T-Cells Successfully Treat Leukemia

ETECHMAG:- Researchers at University of Pennsylvania have come up with a technique to treat leukemia, a cancer that affects blood cells, with genetically engineered cells and have seen drastic results in patients. The experimental cancer treatment technique has successfully treated leukemia in nine out of twelve patients. (Hi-tech)

aridectel  +   726d ago
the T-virus is here!
zombie apocalyps soon.
frjoethesecond  +   725d ago
Awesome. Was gonna say the same thing.
CraigandDayDay  +   725d ago
I Am Legend!!!! Noooooo. lol
etechmag  +   725d ago
Make sure your zombie apocalypse kit is ready.
extermin8or  +   725d ago
This news is over a year old, the preliminary test occured when I was in france on holiday because I saw it mentioned on a science journal and news site and read all about it, that was in early august 2011....
Deku-Johnny  +   725d ago
This is amazing news, what a leap forward for mankind. In other news reports of cannibalism are coming in from Racoon City...
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db_b2b  +   722d ago
"Fire With Fire" shares Emma Whitehead's amazing story and the breakthrough cancer treatment that saved her http://focusforwardfilms.co... Watch the film to learn more about the experimental treatment and Emma!

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