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An immune cold or desert tumor (left) and an immune hot tumor (right). In the blue tumor, the immune cells (blue) stay away. In the orange tumor, the immune cells (blue with orange centers) infiltrate the tumor. Credit: Nancy R. Gough, Bioserendipity https://www.bioserendipity.com/making-immune-cold-tumors-hot/cold_hot_tumors/#main.

Converting “Cold” Tumors Hot

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