May 3, 2019
A gene therapy that tweaks the immune system might offer hope to people with blood cancer that has resisted standard treatments, a new preliminary trial suggests. The cancer, called multiple myeloma, arises in certain white blood cells. It is currently incurable, but there are treatments that can help people live with the disease for years....
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Originally published on Te ao Almost 20,000 New Zealanders have signed eight petitions to be presented to parliament, demanding better funding of medicines. The petitions will be formally presented to MPs on May 7, asking for 26 drugs to be funded for six diseases. The diseases include breast cancer, chronic lymphocytic leukaemia, lung cancer, non-small-cell...
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