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T Cells Attacking a Cancer Cell 

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medical illustration of This image and its pair was created for the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to promote their immunotherapy program. Autologous T cells are reprogrammed to attack cancer cells in the body, such as the acute myeloid leukemia cell depicted in this image.
Next medical illustration of This image and its pair was created for the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to promote their immunotherapy program. Autologous T cells are reprogrammed to attack cancer cells in the body, such as the acute myeloid leukemia cell depicted in this image. This image shows the T cell-induced apoptosis of the cancer cell.

T Cell-Mediated Apoptosis of a Cancer Cell

This image and its pair was created for the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to promote their immunotherapy program. Autologous T cells are reprogrammed to attack cancer cells in the body, such as the acute myeloid leukemia cell depicted in this image.

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