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Giamp Valenzano, a DPhil in Cancer Science student, joins forces with Oxford Sparks to deliver a video explaining how his research on immunotherapy aims to help treat cancer

Doctor and researcher, Giamp Valenzano, based in the Department of Oncology is trying to tackle cancer using the power of our own immune systems. You probably know the immune system as the biological powerhouse that fights off colds. But this fighting mechanism may also help to kill cancer cells.

Join Giamp in the lab to see how immunotherapy could remove cancer cells, especially those evading current treatments.

Full information at Oxford Sparks