The Power of Timing in Immunotherapy

Reading time: 3 minutes Natasha Vinod In 2018, the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to the inventors of immune checkpoint blockade therapy, a “game-changing” technology that initiated a paradigm shift in cancer management. Checkpoint blockade therapy works by unleashing the immune surveillance against cancer by blocking the “natural brakes” (checkpoints) in the... Continue Reading →

Bone found to abet Lung Cancer

Natasha Vinod Rudolph Virchow was one of the first physicians to study diseases from the standpoint of cells. He applied his cell theory “Omnis cellula e cellula” ("every cell originates from another cell") to the study of cancer and reasoned that cancer results from the failure of the regulatory mechanism of the cells to control... Continue Reading →

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