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Immunotherapy Opportunities Lie in Glioma Molecular Landscape

News   Dec 11, 2018 | Original story from Columbia University Irving Medical Center

 
Immunotherapy Opportunities Lie in Glioma Molecular Landscape

In NF-1 gliomas, the presence of immune cells (black) in the tumor suggest immunotherapy could be effective in treating the tumors. Image from Antonio Iavarone/Columbia University

 
 
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