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Decoding cancer immunology: Hunting hidden tumours

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The immune system is constantly on the lookout for threats, but cancer isn’t always easy to spot. Some cancer cells can fly under the radar. Now, advanced sequencing technologies are enabling scientists to investigate the unique genetics of both cancers and immune responses in individual patients. This means researchers can develop treatments that boost the immune system and help the body win its battle against cancer.

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Correction 11 Nov 2019 : This video has been re-uploaded due to an error in the previously published version. The previous upload erroneously contained watermarked versions of some audio effects and has now been deleted. We apologise for any confusion caused.
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