‘Artificial lymph node’ used to treat cancer in mice

Johns Hopkins Medicine scientists say they have developed an artificial lymph node with the potential to treat cancer, according to a new study in mice and human cells. The newly developed lymph node—a sac filled with immune system components—is implanted under the skin, and is designed to act like a learning hub and stimulator to teach immune system T-cells to recognize and kill cancer cells.

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