Specialized immune cells carry potential for new cancer immunotherapies


Scientists from the Netherlands Cancer Institute and Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) have discovered the way in which specialized immune cells can detect and remove cancers that are ‘invisible’ to the conventional defense mechanisms employed by the immune system. The findings could lead to new immunotherapies against cancer.

The findings of Emile Voest, Joris van de Haar, Myriam Chalabi, Vivien Veninga and others have now been published in Nature.

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