Breast Cancer Cells Can Reprogram Immune Cells To Assist In Metastasis

Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer CenterĀ investigators report they have uncovered a new mechanism by which invasive breast cancer cells evade the immune system to metastasize, or spread, to other areas of the body. They propose that therapies targeting this process could be developed to halt or prevent metastasis and reduce breast cancer deaths. Natural killer (NK) […]