Groundbreaking ‘Sunshine’ Therapy Triumphs Over Harsh Chemotherapy for Kids with Cancer

Arthur, an 11-year-old battling blood cancer, is among the first to experience a revolutionary, less toxic treatment dubbed “a little bit of sunshine.”

Administered through a portable backpack, the drug, blinatumomab (blina), proves effective in targeting cancer cells without the debilitating side effects of traditional chemotherapy.

BBC reports that blina is being used off-label across 20 UK centers, offering hope to children with B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (B-ALL).

This innovative immunotherapy, detailed by BBC, signifies a major stride in pediatric cancer care, replacing up to 80% of conventional chemotherapy, according to experts.

Credits to BBC for the source. #MedicalInnovation #CancerTreatmentRevolution

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