Immunoediting: evidence of the multifaceted role of the immune system in self-metastatic tumor growth.

Enderling, Heiko.
Hlatky, Lynn.
Hahnfeldt, Philip.
2012

Background: The role of the immune system in tumor progression has been a subject for discussion for many decades. Numerous studies suggest that a low immune response might be beneficial, if not necessary, for tumor growth, and only a strong immune response can counter tumor growth and thus inhibit progression.

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Enderling, Heiko, Lynn Hlatky, and Philip Hahnfeldt. "Immunoediting: evidence of the multifaceted role of the immune system in self-metastatic tumor growth." Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling 9, no. 1 (12, 2012): 1-9.
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