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More Is Not Better When It Comes to T Cells and Tuberculosis

News   May 14, 2018 | Original Story from the McGill University Health Centre.

 
More Is Not Better When It Comes to T Cells and Tuberculosis

Coloured X-ray of a patient's chest showing disseminated tuberculosis in the lungs. The lungs contain lesions (tubercles, pink) consisting of infected dead tissue. Credit: Du Cane Medical Imaging Ltd/Science Photo Library.

 
 
 

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