Subject: If you injected a disease, into a tumor would T cells attack?
Date: Fri Mar 27 12:50:35 2009
Posted by Kaitlyn
Grade level: 10-12
School: Union Endicott High School
City: Endicott State/Province: NY
Country: united states of america
Area of science: Cell Biology
In biology we're talking about the Immune system and the teacher said T cells
dont attack cancer because it is recognized as a self cell. So, I was
wondering if a tumor was injected with somthing foriegn if that would activate
the T cells to attack, thus getting the cancer.
Re: If you injected a disease, into a tumor would T cells attack?
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