NK cells attacking tumour
The illustration depicts T Lymphocytes (light blue), attacking and destroying tumour cells, or cancerous tissue (red). Specific tumour antigens are those which can provoke an immune response. Tumours occur more frequently in the neonatal period and old age when the immune system functions less effectively. Many tumours contain lymphoid infiltrates and in some tumours this may be a favorable sign.
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