Our bodies are naturally equipped to fight infection and disease, but sometimes they need a little help. This is the idea behind immunotherapy, an increasingly popular form of cancer treatment that works
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(Reuters Health) - U.S. researchers who tested the cancer-fighting properties of more than 4,500 non-cancer drugs found nearly 50 drugs for other conditions showed at least some cancer-killing ability.
There are no vaccines or treatments approved for the new coronavirus, but the race is on to develop one. This week the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (Cepi) announced it would commit (£8.4m)