Medicine’s Zhenghe “John” Wang discusses cancer research findings related to chemotherapy drug use

CWRU researchers find key to killing cancer may be in traps set by blood cells

cleveland.comZhenghe “John” Wang, chair of the Department of Genetics and Genome Sciences at the School of Medicine, explained research he’s leading that found when two kinds of chemotherapy drugs are used together, white blood cells known as neutrophils explode and form a sticky web that traps and kills the cancer cells.