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ASH 2014 /
Engineering stem cell resistance to HIV for two-pronged approach to HIV-associated lymphoma

6th - 9th Dec 2014

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Published: 07.12.14
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Prof Amrita Krishnan - City of Hope National Medical Center, Los Angeles, USA

"Ultimately, if you really want to 'win the game,' you have to cure the HIV and cure the lymphoma," Prof Krishnan tells ecancertv at ASH 2014, describing her work on modifying haematopoietic progenitor cells with gene therapy to engineer resistance to HIV.

The engineered stem cells can then be used alongside other stem cell transplants aimed at treating the lymphoma, creating a two-pronged approach to treating HIV-associated lymphoma. 

 

 

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