The groundbreaking discovery by researchers, where cancer cells are reverted back into normal cells, could revolutionize cancer treatment. This study focused on triple-negative breast cancer, known for its aggressiveness and
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The new foam was inspired by whipping cream and it can help cancer treatment by bringing oxygen into tumors. Cancer cells thrive in a hypoxic environment where there is no oxygen. This makes tumors resistant to treatment.
“We essentially cured some animals with just a few injections,” said Jennifer Cochran, PhD, the Shriram Chair of the Department of Bioengineering. “It was pretty astonishing. When we looked within the tumors, we saw they went from a highly immunosuppressive microenvironment to one full of activated B and T cells — similar to what happens when the immune-stimulating molecule is injected directly into the tumor. So, we’re achieving intra-tumoral injection results but with an IV delivery.”