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Immune System Becomes Blind to Cancer Cells

News   Feb 03, 2020 | Original story from Leibniz University Hannover (LUH)

 
Immune System Becomes Blind to Cancer Cells

Cancer cells become invisible to the body's immune response. Unhindered by T cells (green), they can continue to replicate. Scientists have now described an important step in this process called "immune escape". Credit: CIBSS/University of Freiburg, Michal Roessler

 
 
 

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