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Fighting Cancer with Immunotherapy

News   Apr 28, 2017 | Original story from Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine and the Berlin Institute of Health

 
Treating Solid Tumors with T-cells

A microscopic image of tumor tissue under the influence of TNF (left) and IFN- γ (right). Red blood cells are pictured in a magenta color. TNF bursts the blood vessels and releases large amounts of blood cells, whereas IFN-γ lets vessels retreat. Credit : Christian Friese / MDC

 
 
 

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