Washington State University has developed a new technology for the development of cells using a bioreactor for cancer therapy. this technique develops cancer-detecting white blood cells (WBC) which supports immunotherapy.

Researchers at Washington State University have created a bioreactor the size of a minifridge that can produce T cells at 95% of their maximal development rate, which is around 30% quicker than what is possible with existing technology. They developed it using T cells from cattle. They expect it will function similarly on human cells.

Cancer and tumors are two related but distinct medical conditions that are often confused with each other. In this article, we will explore the differences between cancer and tumors. What is Cancer? Cancer is a complex and multi-factorial disease that is characterized by the uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal […]