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#Cancer cells express antigens to trick the immune system into thinking they are healthy, thereby avoiding attack. To stimulate an effective anti-tumour response, we’re exploring bispecific antibodies with the ability to target two antigens at once. #SI

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cells express antigens to trick the immune system into thinking they are healthy, thereby avoiding attack. To stimulate an effective anti-tumour response, we’re exploring bispecific antibodies with the ability to target two antigens at once.

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