Queensland cancer research to improve survival

Queensland researchers believe a simple change in how cancer patients are treated could drastically improve their survival rates. Scientists at the Queensland Institute of Medical Research found while the accepted method for treating aggressive cancers was to operate and then use immunotherapy, simply reversing the order can improve survival rates dramatically. Researchers have found that simply reversing the order of surgery and immunotherapy in cancer patients can improve survival rates dramatically.¬†Photo: Peter Braig Lead researcher¬†Michele Teng said in their trials on mice, between 40 to 60 per cent were cured by using immunotherapy before surgery. “Immunotherapies have shown efficacy against…
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