Base on a study published in the journal Science, that if the tissue around pancreatic cancer cells is targeted and not to the tumor cells themselves, the size of pancreatic cancer can be reduced significantly.
Dr. Robert H. Vonderheide, University of Pennsylvania Abramson Cancer Center, part of the study showed that long thought that cancer must be attacked by the immune system to handle, but this study has successfully broken that myth.
He added: “The attack on dense tissue around the tumor and a different approach in the end, the immune system could erode the tissue around a cancerous tumor and collapsed in the attacks These results provide new perspectives for the development of new immune therapy of cancer.”
It was learned that the studies conducted on laboratory mice and a very small number of patients with pancreatic cancer. However, significant results and the researchers say, soon to be a medical revolution.