How brain tumors escape the immune system

A key function of the immune system is to kill millions of abnormal, potentially cancerous cells that spontaneously form in us every day. To avoid being destroyed as soon as they appear, cancer cells must therefore absolutely develop the ability to remain undetectable in order to escape the vigilance of immune cells specializing in their elimination, particularly killer T lymphocytes. Download the column

23-Nov-2020 |

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