Can you remind me what is CAR-T therapy? CAR-T therapy programs T cells to attack cancer. T cells are usually taken from the patient’s samples and engineered to express a synthetic molecule called a Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR). Thanks to this receptor, CAR-T cells can recognize and bind proteins on the surface of cancer cells and then kill those cells.
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