Turning down radiation levels during normal radiotherapy treatment sparks a ‘seek and destroy’ mission by body’s immune system to target cancer cells

A Radical new treatment that equips the immune system to launch a ‘search and destroy’ mission for tumours in the body is set to transform how cancer is tackled, say scientists. The technique, which uses conventional radiotherapy but with the power turned down, enables cells in the immune system to recognise the genetic fingerprint of cancer cells and seek them out.
Daily Mail