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Cancer may get help from immune cells

A new study from the University of Michigan (UM) suggests a group of immune cells, known as myeloid derived suppressor cells, could be giving cancer a hand by bolstering cancer stem cells - the small number of cells within a tumor that drive its growth. The researchers report their work in the September 4th online issue of the journal Immunity...

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