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NEW YORK – Researchers have identified more than 100 genes that enable cancer cells to evade the immune system.

Cancer cells typically acquire changes that allow them to go unnoticed and unscathed by immune cells like cytotoxic T lymphocytes, which are charged with defending the host against infection. Circumventing T cells not only allows cancer cells to spread, but can also lead them to become resistant to immunotherapies.

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