A research team from the University of North Carolina has found a new way to harness the body''s natural ability to destroy cancer cells. After radiation therapy, the cancer cells that are killed release mutant proteins. These proteins are detected by the immune system of the body and function as protein markers that guide the immune system to kill more cancer cells in other parts of the body.
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