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Immune cells could help kill cancer cells, finds study

January 8, 2020

In a new study, researchers from UCL Cancer Institute have found that a subset of immune cells are capable of killing cancer cells when they are activated. This could lay the foundation stone for effective anti-cancer therapies believe the researchers.

The study titled, “Regulatory T cells restrain Interleukin-2 and Blimp-1-Dependent acquisition of cytotoxic function by CD4+ T cells” was published in the latest issue of the journal Immunity on the 7th of January 2020.

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