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Cancer: Italian research paves the way to new immunotherapies
Cancer: Italian research paves the way to new immunotherapies
To develop and grow undisturbed, tumours can block the natural defenses of the body by using some “brakes” of the immune system to their advantage. A recent Italian study published in the Nature journal and coordinated by the Humanitas Clinical Institute has identified an important “immune” brake used by tumours to grow: a discovery that could pave the way to the development of new anticancer drugs.
Fighting and preventing HIV in prison: a Ca’ Foscari study
Fighting and preventing HIV in prison: a Ca’ Foscari study
The risk of HIV transmission in prisons can be reduced by improving HIV prevention and management: this is the objective of the Free to live well with HIV in Prison project, which also aims to define good practices that can be adopted in other facilities.