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Immunosuppression involves an act that reduces the activation or efficacy of the immune system. Some portions of the immune system itself have immuno-suppressive effects on other parts of the immune system, and immunosuppression may occur as an adverse reaction to treatment of other conditions.
Combo of targeted and immunotherapy may boost NSCLC treatment by overcoming immune resistance and enhancing anti-tumor activity

Combo of targeted and immunotherapy may boost NSCLC treatment by overcoming immune resistance and enhancing anti-tumor activity

Identifying immunotherapy resistance in liver cancer linked to steatotic disease

Identifying immunotherapy resistance in liver cancer linked to steatotic disease

Pregnant women show significant immune system changes linked to gut microbiome

Pregnant women show significant immune system changes linked to gut microbiome

CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing tool repairs defective T cells to treat rare hereditary disease

CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing tool repairs defective T cells to treat rare hereditary disease

Study offers insights into who's at risk for long COVID among immunocompromised patients

Study offers insights into who's at risk for long COVID among immunocompromised patients

Study establishes the ideal immunosuppression regimen for pig-to-human kidney xenotransplantation

Study establishes the ideal immunosuppression regimen for pig-to-human kidney xenotransplantation

Study addresses knowledge gap of clinical features and outcomes of Black patients with melanoma

Study addresses knowledge gap of clinical features and outcomes of Black patients with melanoma

New study reveals effective strategies against drug resistance in hospital-acquired pneumonia treatment

New study reveals effective strategies against drug resistance in hospital-acquired pneumonia treatment

Study shows Omicron variants evade immune system like predecessors, suggesting key evolutionary trait in SARS-CoV-2

Study shows Omicron variants evade immune system like predecessors, suggesting key evolutionary trait in SARS-CoV-2

Hundreds of chemicals linked to breast cancer risk identified in new study

Hundreds of chemicals linked to breast cancer risk identified in new study

Factors that increase the risk of severe COVID-19 in children

Factors that increase the risk of severe COVID-19 in children

EZH2 inhibitors show promise in regenerating insulin-producing cells for type 1 diabetes treatment

EZH2 inhibitors show promise in regenerating insulin-producing cells for type 1 diabetes treatment

New study highlights the need for advanced pneumococcal vaccines in the wake of pre-COVID data

New study highlights the need for advanced pneumococcal vaccines in the wake of pre-COVID data

Major UK study finds high demand and efficacy for HIV PrEP among sexual health service attendees

Major UK study finds high demand and efficacy for HIV PrEP among sexual health service attendees

New approach to stem cell transplantation may overcome immune rejection

New approach to stem cell transplantation may overcome immune rejection

One in five patients on Nirmatrelvir–Ritonavir experience virologic rebound, new observational study reveals

One in five patients on Nirmatrelvir–Ritonavir experience virologic rebound, new observational study reveals

New insights into migraine etiology: the role of hepatocyte growth factor

New insights into migraine etiology: the role of hepatocyte growth factor

NYU Langone Health performs the world's first whole-eye and partial-face transplant for military veteran

NYU Langone Health performs the world's first whole-eye and partial-face transplant for military veteran

Charting the future of IBD treatment: From immune modulators to microRNA therapies

Charting the future of IBD treatment: From immune modulators to microRNA therapies

New study unveils Foxp3's role in regulatory T cell chromatin architecture

New study unveils Foxp3's role in regulatory T cell chromatin architecture

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