Cell and gene therapies are continuing to gain popularity, with 15 now FDA approved and hundreds more in development. While these treatments are promising, managing safety and effectiveness in patients is complex. Although T cells are mostly the immune cell of choice for cell therapy, recent discoveries point to natural killer (NK) cells, which may surpass T cells in their ability to target and eliminate cancer cells.
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- The advantages of using NK cells
- The limitations of NK cells
- How to use NK cells in your research