T cell therapy: feasibility in myeloma
About this module
Dr Rakesh Popat discusses the role of T cells in immunosurveillance and cancer and describes the potential benefits of different types of T cell therapy in myeloma.
Dr Popat is a Clinical Fellow supported by the National Institute for Health Research, University College London Hospitals Biomedical Research Centre.
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