Health Tip on Novel Target for Triple Negative Breast Cancer Immunotherapy
Targeting Eya3 protein (belonging to the Eya family of proteins) shown to make check-point inhibitors more effective in triple negative breast cancer. This finding is the result of a University of Colorado Cancer Center study that hoped to determine what drove the breast cancer cells to produce PD-L1 protein in the first place in order to try and make immunotherapy even more effective in combating cancer.
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