Immune System Boost Fights Cancer

by Rachel Baker on August 19, 2013

Researchers in the United States have discovered a way of firing up the body’s immune system in order to attack cancer.


The immune system is delicately balanced so it attacks invaders but not the body’s own tissues.

Animal studies suggested that shifting the balance could open up new treatments for cancer, the team from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia said.

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