As immunotherapies pick up steam in the clinic, more researchers are turning to immune-modulation methods to solve long-standing challenges. At the center of the immune system's response to cancer are T cells. Find out how T cells could provide new solutions in the face of cancer's ever-evolving attacks. Will chimeric antigen receptor-expressing T cells lead the drive to cancer eradication?

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