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Inflammation is the fuel that feeds the cancer flame. So how do we fight back?

Taking a closer look: Cancer cells are in blue and immune cells are in brown in this image of a tumour

Frances Balkwill

Centre Lead, Centre for Cancer and Inflammation, European Research Council grantee, Queen Mary University of London

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