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Brain tumors fly under body's radar like stealth jets, new research suggests

Brain tumors fly under the radar of the body?s defense forces by coating their cells with extra amounts of a specific protein, new research shows. Like a stealth fighter jet, the coating means the cells evade detection by the early-warning immune system that should detect and kill them.
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