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An immune-boosting tetanus injection improved the effectiveness of an experimental brain tumour immunotherapy in a US study of 12 patients.
Non-cancer immunologists can apply their ground-breaking research to cancer by submitting applications for the Cancer Immunology Project Awards
Drugs that allow the immune system to recognise cancer and attack it are continuing to produce "exciting" results, say experts in the field.
US researchers have revealed the identity of molecules on the surface of cancer cells which allow the body's immune system to identify and destroy them
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This entry is part 8 of 8 in the series Science Snaps
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If you want to be like Nancy and win the Great British Bake Off, or the #sciencecakes competition that ran earlier this week, you need a close eye for detail and an...