CRISPR-Based ‘Discovery Engine’ for New Cell Therapies to Advance Cancer Treatments

Despite centuries-long efforts to develop cures for cancer, various forms of the disease will kill about 630,000 people in the U.S. in 2020. But hopes are rising for cell therapies – sometimes called “living medicines” – that can boost and adapt the natural cancer-fighting potential of the immune system in ways that conventional cancer treatments cannot match. Read more…