Prostate Cancer’s Advance May Be Aided by Class of Immune Cells

Prostate Cancer’s Advance May Be Aided by Class of Immune Cells
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center researchers discovered that a class of immune cells — myeloid-derived suppressor cells (MDSC) — plays a critical role in prostate cancer progression, and that its inhibition promotes anti-tumor responses and prolongs survival. The study, titled “Targeting YAP-Dependent MDSC Infiltration Impairs Tumor Progression,” was published in the journal Cancer Discovery.

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