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Immune Cells Form Clots in Tumors Aiding Lung Cancer's Spread

News   May 25, 2018 | Originals story from University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center

 
Immune Cells Form Clots in Tumors Aiding Lung Cancer's Spread

A lung cancer sample showing CD14-positive regions in green, CCR2-positive regions in red, and pan-cytokeratin in aqua. Credit: UNC's Translational Pathology Lab.

 
 
 

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