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There's a Need to Stop Tumors Outcompeting T Cells for Glucose

News   Feb 26, 2019 | Original story from the University of Virginia Health System

 
Could Targeting T Cell Metabolism Improve Immunotherapy?

Researchers Lelisa F. Gemta (left) and Timothy Bullock have determined why killer T cells can be so helpless against cancer. Their finding could allow doctors to make the cells more effective cancer killers. Image credit: University of Virginia Health System

 
 
 

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