U.K. scientists identify risk indicator for breast cancer

12/4/2006 | BBC

A high number of certain immune cells in breast tissue may signal a greater risk of breast cancer, according to Oxford researchers. Regulatory T cells normally work to stop the immune system from attacking the body's own tissue, but in breast cancer patients the cells prevent the system from recognizing and attacking cancerous cells.

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