new here... feel free to skip my intro and onto the next paragraph... I've got a degree in Psychology, minor in Englisgh. I then went onto study honours Geography and Education. I am not a biology student, and I am long finished High school.
Carl June discusses the use of T-cell/CAR-T cells here: I'll be nice and not post a link...... google "Carl june, Engineering T Cells to Conquer Cancer" .
The reason I was searching and came across this video is that I was wondering why we don't just evolve/breed white blood cells to hunt down and kill cancer more readily....
If we could breed cells, and introduce various types of cancers, it stands to reason that the ones that survive have the strongest DNA for killing cancer... And having a various sample, couldn't one breed these cells to increase the likelihood of cancer attack? If issues of end-sample to patient arise, then do the next step of breeding cells to readily work with and be accepted by patients.