Two papers open door to T cell brain entry for glioblastoma therapy

Publisher’s note: On Feb. 20, the authors of the Nature paper cited below retracted it due to issues with figure presentation and underlying data.

Two new studies have proposed solutions to different barriers that prevent T cells from entering the brain to attack glioblastoma.

Glioblastoma patients often have low T cell counts, and their tumors’ ability to

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