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Some Immune Cells May Help Tumors Instead of Destroying Them

News   Dec 13, 2017 | Original story from EPFL

 
Some Immune Cells May Help Tumors Instead of Destroying Them

Neutrophils inside lung adenocarcinoma tumors. On the left, neutrophils inside a mouse tumor are stained brown; on the right, neutrophils inside a human tumor are stained red. Credit: E. Meylan/EPFL

 
 
 

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