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Preventing breast cancer metastasis by reactivating natural killer immune cells

One key component of the immune system that prevents breast cancer cells from forming distant metastases is a group of cells called natural killer cells. How breast tumor cells evade this surveillance system is not fully understood.

Now, scientists at Johns Hopkins University have discovered breast cancer cells can alter the function of natural killer (NK) cells in a way that promotes metastasis.


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