Study: Regulatory T-cells keep the body from detecting tumors

11/19/2007 | Yahoo!

Regulatory T-cells, in addition to preventing killer T-cells from attacking a tumor, also can shut off macrophages to suppress inflammation and prevent the body from detecting tumors, scientists in Britain found after studying the immune system of healthy patients. The study may have implications for developing more specific drugs to treat cancer.

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