Research Grant

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Researchers: Prof Bruce Robinson (Principal investigator) ,  Prof Anna Nowak Prof Richard Lake

Brief description Cancers have thousands of mutations, so they should look a bit like a viral infection. If so, why doesn’t the immune system just destroy them outright, like they would a virus? We think the mutated proteins cause a ‘brake’ to be put on the anti-cancer immune response, and also that cancers subvert the anti-cancer attack by remaining hidden in the target zone. Unblocking these “brakes” might lead to new treatments.

Funding Amount $AUD 445,093.15

Funding Scheme Project Grants

Notes Standard Project Grant

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