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Immune system to fight brain tumors

Research gives hope that one of the most serious types of brain tumor, glioblastoma multiforme, could be fought by the patients? own immune system. The tumors are difficult to remove with surgery because the tumor cells grow into the surrounding healthy brain tissue. A patient with the disease therefore does not usually survive much longer than a year after the discovery of the tumor.
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