Published in Vaccine Weekly, May 24th, 1999
Reported in the May 14, 1999, issue of Science, the study clarifies a long-standing puzzle about the development of systemic autoimmune diseases and has immediate practical implications for how to design cancer vaccines.
Harvey Cantor, DFCI and an HMS professor of pathology, and his colleagues have found that the peripheral immune system plays an important role in the selection of properly functioning T cells. Until recently, this process was thought to occur only in the...
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