WEHI: New findings could lead to cancer therapy without harmful side-effects

Researchers at WEHI (Walter and Eliza Hall Institute) have developed a way to potentially reduce the toxic side-effects of a type of immunotherapy, in findings that could overcome the pioneering treatment’s biggest limitation. Learn more about Associate Professor Matthew Call and Associate Professor Melissa Call’s findings here.

L-R: Dr Ashleigh Davey, Associate Professor Matthew Call, Associate Professor Melissa Call, Dr Nick Chandler. 

 

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