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Certain cancer therapies' success depends on presence of immune cell, Stanford study shows in mice
Date:10/27/2010

e immune system can actually facilitate cancer progression, while in others it helps to dismantle established tumors.

"Think of the immune system as a contractor," said Felsher. "They come in and do what they're paid to do. In the presence of thrombospondin, and when oncogenes are inactivated, the immune system can help destroy the cancer. In other situations it facilitates the cancer's growth. So we have to think about this very carefully."


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