Category Archives: systemic immune response

Researchers use nanoparticles at specific temperature to stimulate antitumour response.


Seeking a way to stimulate antitumour responses via the immune system researchers from the Norris Cotton Cancer Center at Dartmouth have identified the precise temperature that results in a distinct body-wide antitumour immune response that resists metastatic disease.  The team used mild hyperthermia to treat an identified tumour prior to surgery, the data findings show excellent promise to strengthen antitumour

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