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  1. Guest Post: Cancer Immunotherapy – Defense Against Enemies Foreign and Domestic

    By Emma Chory, Chemical Engineering Ph.D candidate at Stanford University School of Medicine The human immune system is a highly adaptive and intelligent machine that learns to defend itself against foreign agents capable of remembering their attackers while it predominantly avoids targeting the body’s healthy bacteria, tissues, and organs. Many cancers have grown and prospered…

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