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Drug Could Improve Cancer Immunotherapy Success

News   Mar 03, 2020 | Original story from the University of Southampton

 
Drug Could Improve Cancer Immunotherapy Success

Human cancer under a microscope. The black dots on the right of the image are lymphocytes which are trying to get at the tumor, but are being stopped by cancer-associated fibroblasts. Credit: University of Southampton

 
 
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