For many years now, researchers from all over the world have been struggling to find a cure. One of the biggest obstacles in managing to do so has been the fact that a tumor's cancer cells are not all the same.
Right now, a team of 36 international researchers from London, the United States, Denmark and Germany are trying to fight cancer by targeting its 'Achilles' heel'. What exactly is this breakthrough about? Researchers have discovered that even though cancer cells mutate riotously within a person's body, the cancer cells within each patient also have shared mutations - ones that could be isolated and fought off by certain immune cells.