The fight against cancer has been given a major boost - with an anonymous donation of £10million to a research team in the South.
The scientists - based at the General Hospital in Southampton - will use the money to develop their work in cancer immunology. Which is - using the power of the body's immune system - to fight tumours. Experts say it's already showing very positive signs.
The money means they can expand the team and build new facilities at Southampton - and speed up their research. Click below for Andrew Pate's full report
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