UM: Sylvester Researchers Discover a Possible Pathway for Immune Therapy in Pancreatic Cancer

UM: Sylvester Researchers Discover a Possible Pathway for Immune Therapy in Pancreatic Cancer

Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center scientists have discovered a way to outsmart the deadly cancer’s ability to prevent immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy from killing pancreatic cancer cells.

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