How DNA damage turns immune cells against cancer

20:00 EDT 30 Jul 2017 | AAAS

(University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine) The delayed arrival of immune cells after cancer therapy is well documented and critical for responses to chemotherapy and radiation, yet the events underlying their induction remain poorly understood. Now, Penn researchers have discovered how DNA damage is a clarion call for the immune system.

Original Article: How DNA damage turns immune cells against cancer


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