New Research on Melanoma Could Serve As Breakthrough for Cancer Treatment

Oncologists at Macquarie University are on the verge of a major breakthrough in cancer treatment with a new class of drugs called ‘Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors’ which researchers believe could leave melanoma sufferers disease free, under a year after testing. Helen Rizos, one of the researchers, spoke to us at The Daily this morning to discuss these findings.

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