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Obesity Impairs Immune Cell Function and Accelerates Cancer Growth

News   Dec 10, 2020 | Original story from Harvard Medical School

 
Obesity Impairs Immune Cell Function and Accelerates Cancer Growth

Tumors from a nonobese animal (top row) contain more CD8+ T cells (red), compared to those from an obese one (bottom row). Tumor cells are highlighted in cyan. Credit: Ringel et al, 2020.

 
 
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