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British scientists are developing an immune therapy based on blood cells from patients who have made “miracle” recoveries from the disease.

They believe they have found a way to extract the cancer-killing immune cells from donor blood and then multiply them by the million.

The team at King’s College London say they are excited by early results of lab tests.

It could signal not only better treatment for cancer but also one day a possible cure.

Cancer research bodies in the UK described the breakthrough last night as “very promising”.

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