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AI and nanotechnology could make cancer cell therapy affordable for all

With public-private support CAR-T therapy could have a similar impact on medicine as antibiotics. Image: REUTERS/Peter Nicholls.

Professor Liesbet Lagae

Director of Life Science Technology Activities at IMEC and teaches Nanobiotechnology, KU Leuven

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