Next-generation T-cell therapeutics set sights on cancers, autoimmune disorders and more

"From my perspective there's no more important system in the body than the immune system, especially T cells," said Jeffrey Bluestone, Ph.D., an emeritus professor of medicine at the UCSF Diabetes Center and CEO of the T cell therapy company Sonoma Biotherapeutics. "T cells are potent, diverse and circulate in every tissue from your head to your toes. They play a fundamental role in maintaining a healthy human body."