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Revealing Secrets of 'Hot' & 'Cold' Pancreatic Cancer Tumors

News   Jun 29, 2018 | Original story from University of Pennsylvania

 
Revealing Secrets of 'Hot' & 'Cold' Pancreatic Cancer Tumors

A 'hot' T cell high tumor (left) and 'cold' T cell low tumor (right). Credit: Ben Stanger, Katelyn Byrne, Perelman School of Medicine

 
 
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