Immune cells and tumour cells wage war at a distance


A T cell is an immune cell that can recognise and destroy tumour cells. For many years, scientists viewed this as a kind of one-to-one combat, but researchers Miriam Hoekstra and Laura Bornes of the Netherlands Cancer Institute have discovered that the effects of a T cell extend far beyond its target.

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