Breakthrough cancer treatment saving lives

A new cancer treatment which harnesses the power of the body's own immune system is achieving remarkable results. The breakthrough has been made by scientists at the University of Southampton. A £25m centre for cancer immunology is planned at Southampton General Hospital in 2017 - the fund raising boosted by a £4.5m grant from Solent Local Enterprise Partnership. On World Cancer Day Kerry Swain has been talking to the brains behind this possible 'cure' and to the father of a three year old boy who is alive today thanks to their revolutionary new treatment.