Emerging therapies provide new opportunities to reshape the multifaceted interactions between the immune system and lymphoma cells

The acquisition of a complete neoplastic phenotype requires cancer cells to develop escape mechanisms from the host immune system. This phenomenon, commonly referred to as ‘immune evasion,’ represents a hallmark of cancers and results from a Darwinian selection of the fittest tumor clones. First reported in solid tumors, cancer immunoescape characterizes… CONTINUE READING