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T-cell immune suppression in patients with hematologic malignancies: clinical implications


The reversion of immune suppression and restoration of T-cell function against leukemia remains a significant clinical challenge. However, the advent of improved antileukemia-specific T-cell induction and the generation of gene-modified T cells has extended cellular immunotherapy to hematological malignancies.

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