Published in Cancer Weekly, January 20th, 2004
"The major function of the immune system is to fight infections, but it has not evolved to kill cancer cells. With intervention, we can trick the immune system to fight cancer cells by teaching it to see tumors as it sees bacterial infections," said Yong-Jun Liu, PhD, chair of the Department...
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