Remodeling Tumor Vasculature: A New Approach To Therapy, Western Australian Institute for Medical Research Study

Published: Sep 17, 2009

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ScienceDaily (Sep. 16, 2009) — Life-threatening tumours are fed by the uncontrolled growth of blood vessels within them that allows them to thrive – and to halt disease-fighting cells in their tracks. Reversing or re-arranging the growth of these vessels in combination with specific immune strategies is a promising new strategy for cancer therapy, says Ruth Ganss, Professor at the Western Australian Institute for Medical Research, Perth, at the 2nd European Congress of Immunology ECI 2009 held in Berlin.

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