UM Researchers Develop New Therapeutic Approach to Helping Immune System Recognize Tumor Cells

UM Researchers Develop New Therapeutic Approach to Helping Immune System Recognize Tumor Cells

Investigators report a promising strategy that could help the immune system recognize tumor cells as different and dangerous, mount an immediate attack, and remove them as efficiently as it does with cells infected with threatening viruses or bacteria.

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