Cells responsible for tumor surveillance in man: effects of radiotherapy, chemotherapy, and biologic response modifiers.

Abstract

Currently, the most probable theory of tumor surveillance is neither the existence of any tumor-specific, antigen-dependent, T-cell-mediated cytotoxic effect that could eliminate spontaneous tumors in man and that could be used for some kind of vaccination against tumors, nor the complete absence of any surveillance or defense systems against tumors. What… (More)

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