Research may lead the way to a simpler treatment for cancer
1 month ago - By News Medical
Sometimes too much of a good thing is not good at all. Inhibiting the function of the PD-1 protein, which blocks immune function, has shown high therapeutic efficacy in cancer immunotherapy.
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