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AACR 2016 /
Normal and neoplastic stem cells

16th - 20th Apr 2016

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Published: 26.04.16
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Prof Irving L Weissman - Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, USA

Professor Irving L Weissman talks to ecancertv at AACR 2016 about his labs research into immune evasion of cancer cells.

Calreticulin, which is normally down-regulated by stem cells transiting between bone marrow sites, is also blocked from the surface of cancer stem cells to prevent immune recognition.

Normally, calreticulin acts as an “eat me signal” to macrophages, and by producing a humanised antibody towards it in treating leukaemia and solid tumours, Prof Weissman hopes to combine it with immunotherapeutics and recruit an immune response.

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Founding partners

European Cancer Organisation European Institute of Oncology

Founding Charities

Foundazione Umberto Veronesi Fondazione IEO Swiss Bridge

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ecancer Global Foundation