Researchers have discovered that something curious happens between the immune system and a tumour during the early stages of cancer development: increased cell production - called hyperplasia - attracts a lot of immune cells.

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Antje Blumenthal
Graham Robert Leggatt
Kristen Radford
Michael McGuckin
Stephen Robert Mattarollo
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