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World Cancer Day 2024: Collaboration is Key

Exploring Horizons: SIOPEN Translational Research Meeting in Vienna

Neuroblastoma: Liquid biopsies to detect relapse of childhood cancer early

CCRI – CeMM Collaboration Agreement

“Don’t let obstacles deter you.” 

35 Years Anniversary Report – St. Anna CCRI

“Humor is always self-defense” 

CLOSER Leukemia General Assembly: Sabine Strehl presents joint work package

VULSK Specialists Immerse in Clinical Trials Training at St. Anna CCRI under TREL Project

“Being able to laugh at yourself is a personal way of living.” 

Network-based approaches open a new avenue to classify and treat rare diseases

Gene Mutation in the Immune System: Anti-Diabetes Drugs Make Immune Cells More Effective Again

“I think there are few things that so many people agree on as that it is good to support St. Anna CCRI!”

Kaan Boztug explains defect in DOCK 11

Childhood cancer: “New” immune system responds better to therapy

(Vienna, 9.8.2023) Scientists at St. Anna Children's Cancer Research Institute and the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen have shown that immunotherapy after stem cell transplantation effectively combats certain nerve tumors in children. Crucially, stem cells from a parent provide children with a new immune system that responds much better to immunotherapies. These results of an early clinical trial were published in the prestigious Journal of Clinical Oncology.

St. Anna CCRI welcomes George Cresswell as new Principal Investigator