Quelle: Stefan Eichm├╝ller/DKFZ

In the fight against some forms of blood and lymphatic cancer, doctors have been achieving considerable successes with a new form of immunotherapy for some time now. However, this therapy is very expensive. Manufacturers charge an impressive 320,000 euros for the production of immune cells for a single patient. Scientists from the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) have now found a method to produce cellular immunotherapy for about one tenth of this price.

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