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Trialling a new way to boost CAR T-cell therapy

Cancer Research UK is collaborating with Aleta Therapeutics (Aleta) to trial a new therapy that ‘reboots’ a treatment for some people with blood cancer whose cancer starts to come back.

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Cancer Research UK spin-out gets US approval to trial unique T-cell therapy

Cancer Research UK’s spin-out, GammaDelta Therapeutics, has been given approval to trial its unique T-cell therapy in the US.  

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Scientists developing new class of drug for leukaemia

Scientists are developing a new drug for treating acute myeloid leukaemia (AML), a type of blood cancer that affects around 3,100 people in the UK each year. 

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Antibiotic shows potential in helping treat aggressive blood cancer

New research shows a type of aggressive blood cancer could be made more sensitive to chemotherapy using an antibiotic currently available to treat diarrhoea.

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Scottish Medicines Consortium says yes to chemotherapy-free leukaemia treatment

The Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC) has approved a new chemotherapy-free treatment option for some adults with untreated chronic lymphocytic leukaemia.

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Chemotherapy free treatment for leukaemia given the green light for NHS in England

A new combination of targeted treatments will now be available for some adults with leukaemia on the NHS in England.

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Cancer Research UK and AstraZeneca’s new antibody maturation technique yields high-affinity Arginase 2 antibody

Researchers in Cambridge have pioneered the development of an innovative affinity maturation technique to generate high-affinity antibody against Arginase 2.

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Targeted treatment for leukaemia approved on NHS in England 

The targeted drug gilteritinib is now recommended for some adults with acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) on the NHS in England.  

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Three new treatment options approved for NHS use in Scotland

The Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC) has accepted 3 new cancer treatments for NHS use in Scotland

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Leukaemia and head and neck cancer drugs not approved for NHS use in England

Leukaemia and head and neck cancer drugs have not been recommended for NHS use in England.

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