Cancer immunity See some of the research studies that have taken place in our cancer immunity programme. Dendritic cells and cancer immunotherapy Our researchers are looking at ways to promote anti-tumour responses by T cells. Experimental and clinical cell and gene therapy Find out about our work the developing new immunotherapeutic approaches to treating cancer. T cell therapy of cancer Our researchers are using gene editing technologies to engineer the specificity and function of therapeutic T cells. Tumour-primed NK cells for acute myeloid leukaemia Find out about our work on overcoming NK cell resistance in tumours, which has been a goal of cancer immunotherapists for 30 years. MSCTRAIL for lung cancer Lung cancer kills more men and women than any other cancer. Find out about our research on MSC-TRAIL to treat lung cancer. Allogeneic haematopoietic stem cell transplantation Find out about our work on allo-HSCT, the most common form of adoptive T cell therapy for cancer.