ARC-T? Alternative CAR-T startup bags $85M for clinical quest to redirect 'blind hunter' T cells
The first patient treated with modern chemotherapy was a 2-year-old boy named Robert Sandler. In 1947, Sidney Farber gave him an anti-foliate in a tiny Boston lab and for a couple miraculous months, Sandler became the first leukemia patient to ever go in remission.
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