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Is CAR-T an option for patients with MDS?

During the European School of Haematology (ESH) 2nd Translational Research Conference: Erythropoiesis Control and Ineffective Erythropoiesis - From Bench to Bedside, the MDS Hub spoke to Rafael Bejar, UC San Diego, San Diego, US. We asked, Is CAR-T an option for patients with MDS?

Is CAR-T an option for patients with MDS?

Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy involves an engineered protein that gives T cells the ability to target specific antigens on tumor cells. Bejar believes that CAR T-cells could provide a promising therapy for MDS in the future.



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