Injection of a seasonal influenza vaccine into a B16-F10 mouse melanoma reduces cancer growth, and sensitizes resistant tumors to immunotherapy. The Latest Science

Injection of a seasonal influenza vaccine
into a B16-F10 mouse melanoma reduces cancer growth,
and sensitizes resistant tumors to immunotherapy.

Image contributed by: Kajal Gupta and Andrew Zloza,
Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, USA.

https://www.pnas.org/content/117/2/1119

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