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Cancer recurrence may be stopped with immunotherapy

from Medical News Today

It is common for cancer to unexpectedly recur after a patient is cleared of the disease. New research sheds light on why this happens, zooming in on the body's immune system. The new research was a collaborative effort among scientists at the Institute of Cancer Research in London, the Leeds Institute of Cancer and Pathology, and the University of Surrey in Guildford all of which are in the United Kingdom and researchers from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Kottke and his colleagues set out to investigate why cancer recurs after many years of tumor latency. As the authors explain, understanding and preventing this phenomenon is highly important because usually, when the cancer recurs, it does so unpredictably and more aggressively than the first time. more


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