Case Western project targets triple-negative breast cancer; T cells tested as anti-inflammatories; Healing plants may point to anti-psychotics;

> Researchers at Case Western Reserve University say they were able to combine nanoparticles carrying siRNA to prevent the spread of triple-negative breast cancer in mouse models. Release

> New research detailing how regulatory T cells can cure inflammatory disease has been published in the journal Immunity. Release

> A team at Northwestern University has been testing healing plants from Africa as a new source of anti-psychotic therapies. Release

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