JEM Cancer Collection 2021
Our understanding of cancer cells and their interactions with metabolic pathways, microbiota, the immune system and the tumor microenvironment is rapidly evolving and speeding the development of highly innovative anti-cancer therapies. As part of our celebrations for the Journal of Experimental Medicine’s 125th anniversary, we bring to you a special collection of recent JEM papers that reflect these new lines of cancer research, ranging from basic mechanistic insights into tumor progression to clinical trials of immunotherapy.
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Image © 2020 Koliaraki et al.