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Strategies to relieve immunosuppression in pancreatic cancer


Despite continuous progress in the understanding of deregulated pathways in pancreatic cancer cells and development of targeted therapies, therapeutic advances with clinical benefit have been scarce over the last decades. The recent success of immunotherapy for some solid cancers has fueled optimism that this approach might also work for pancreatic cancer. However, a highly immunosuppressive microenvironment mediated by tumor, stromal and immune cells creates a major hurdle for immunotherapy.

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