33 min

Cancer Immunotherapy//CAR T Cells Stroke of Genius

    • Education

What if scientists could harness the power of a patient’s own immune system to fight cancer? This episode explores CAR T Cell therapy, a groundbreaking approach to cancer treatment that re-engineers immune cells to recognize and combat cancer cells. We’ll speak with: Dr. Carl June, a pioneer in the field who developed the treatment in his lab at UPenn, Dr. Stephan Grupp, who put the research into practice at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and meet Tom Whitehead, whose daughter Emily was the very first pediatric patient to receive this treatment.  
Learn more:
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Cancer Immunotherapy Program
The Emily Whitehead Foundation
See the tocilizumab patent described in this episode
Brought to you by IPO Education Foundation and produced by At Will Media For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

What if scientists could harness the power of a patient’s own immune system to fight cancer? This episode explores CAR T Cell therapy, a groundbreaking approach to cancer treatment that re-engineers immune cells to recognize and combat cancer cells. We’ll speak with: Dr. Carl June, a pioneer in the field who developed the treatment in his lab at UPenn, Dr. Stephan Grupp, who put the research into practice at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and meet Tom Whitehead, whose daughter Emily was the very first pediatric patient to receive this treatment.  
Learn more:
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Cancer Immunotherapy Program
The Emily Whitehead Foundation
See the tocilizumab patent described in this episode
Brought to you by IPO Education Foundation and produced by At Will Media For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

33 min

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