CytotoxicCD87 karma2019-01-29 15:05:44 UTC
It sort of sounds like you research tissue resident T cells. The papers you linked talk about gamma delta Tcells.
Why gamma delta over conventional T cells?
And how would a therapy using tissue resident T cells work? Do you inject them into the skin, into blood and they home to skin, how do you envision a therapy working?
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CytotoxicCD85 karma2019-01-29 15:18:03 UTC
Sure. But I don’t think diet is a viable way to cure or effectively treat any cancer. At absolute best it may slow disease progression but that’s a far stretch from removing a tumour or a “cure”.
CytotoxicCD84 karma2019-01-29 15:10:32 UTC
Clearly I’m not OP but the only research I have seen on this was a paper which showed a type of leukemia got worse after a ketogenic diet. Was more agresssive.
I’m in the cancer immunotherapy field and I honestly don’t know of anyone investigating ketogenic diet as a means to treat cancer.
CytotoxicCD84 karma2019-01-29 15:12:58 UTC
Not OP but from the cancer immunology field. I have only seen one paper talking about ketogenic diet and they saw a type of leukemia was more aggressive for mice on a ketogenic diet. Soo yer
CytotoxicCD82 karma2019-01-29 15:07:26 UTC
No OP but can answer this. Majority of the immune response is against Neoantigens.
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