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New cancer treatment destroys tumours in terminally ill, finds trial

Exclusive: combining immunotherapy drugs may prove effective treatment with fewer side-effects than chemotherapy

A new cancer treatment can wipe out tumours in terminally ill patients, scientists have discovered.

In a landmark trial, a cocktail of immunotherapy medications harnessed patients’ immune systems to kill their own cancer cells and prompted “a positive trend in survival”, according to researchers at the Institute of Cancer Research (ICR), London, and the Royal Marsden NHS foundation trust.

One patient, who was expected to die four years ago, told the Guardian of the “amazing” moment nurses called him weeks after he joined the study to say his tumour had “completely disappeared”. The 77-year-old grandfather is now cancer-free and spent last week on a cruise with his wife.

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