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Journal Scan / Research · September 19, 2022

Higher Proportions of CD39+ Tumor-Resident Cytotoxic T Cells Predict RFS in Patients With Stage III Melanoma Receiving Adjuvant Immunotherapy

Journal for immunotherapy of cancer


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Journal for immunotherapy of cancer
Higher proportions of CD39+ tumor-resident cytotoxic T cells predict recurrence-free survival in patients with stage III melanoma treated with adjuvant immunotherapy
J Immunother Cancer 2022 Jun 01;10(6)xx, GH Attrill, CN Owen, T Ahmed, IA Vergara, AJ Colebatch, JW Conway, KJ Nahar, JF Thompson, I Pires da Silva, MS Carlino, AM Menzies, S Lo, U Palendira, RA Scolyer, GV Long, JS Wilmott

From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

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