Sthe cientists have discovered a revolutionary treatment to fight cancer, since they claim that the disease will not be more deadly for future generations.
Researchers at the Francis Crick Institute in London believe it is possible to strengthen the body's defenses by transplanting immune cells from strangers.
Patients will start receiving the new treatment next year and the team now wants to establish "immune banks" to conserve disease-fighting cells.
Immunology expert Adrian Hayday, leader of The Crick Laboratory of Immuno-surveillance, said scientists and physicians could become more like engineers, updating the body rather than bombarding it with toxic chemotherapy.
"Using the immune system …