Immune cells, which look like small, clear circles, next to a small red sphere of neuroblastoma (cancer) cells. When researchers add an anti-neuroblastoma antibody, the antibody sticks to the cancer cells. This enables the immune cells to recognize the antibody-coated neuroblastoma cells and kill them. Credit: Amy Erbe

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A new way to help the immune system fight back against cancer

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