http://www.wesh.com/health/9178673/detail.html Now, they said white blood cells from that mouse's descendants were injected into ordinary mice with cancer and their disease was completely wiped out. The treatment worked with a variety of cancers, including those similar to end-stage human cancers. “This is a really remarkable recovery from a very aggressive tumor,” Wake Forest cancer researcher Dr. Zheng Cui said. The mice did not suffer any side effects from the treatment. They had no problems with rejection. The goal now is to find a human treatment that could avoid the rejection problem by using a patient's own cells.