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Two immunologists, James Allison from the University of Texas Austin and Tasuku Honjo from Kyoto University, have won the 2018 Nobel Medicine Prize for research that has revolutionised the treatment of cancer.

The pair were honoured ‘for their discovery of cancer therapy by inhibition of negative immune regulation,’ the Nobel Assembly said.

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Immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy targets proteins made by some immune system cells, as well as some cancer cells.

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  1. This is great news. My husband was just very recently diagnosed with cancer and a treatment like this would be great. I know that it will actually be several years before it is available to the people but this is a very great discovery.

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