Greg Michael Delgoffe, PhD: The Problem with Chemo, Radiation and Surgery

Year Funded: 2016

Greg Michael Delgoffe, PhD: The Problem with Chemo, Radiation and Surgery

“Cancer doesn’t stop. Cancer cells are constantly dividing and proliferating,” says Greg Michael Delgoffe, PhD, of the University of Pittsburgh Department of Immunology (Pittsburgh, Pa.). “The problem with chemo, radiation and surgery is that they don’t always get it all [cancer cells].

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Crystal Mackall, MD: Unleashing the Hounds

Year Funded: 2015

Crystal Mackall: Unleashing the Hounds

“To use a patient’s own immune system to fight cancer, we need to turn that patient’s CAR T cells into bloodhounds. We train them to sniff out and kill cancer cells,” says Crystal Mackall, MD, of Stanford University (Stanford,

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