The role of Type I interferons in immunoregulation of breast cancer metastasis to the bone

Clare Y Slaney, Andreas Moller, Paul John Hertzog, Belinda S Parker

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Breast cancer spread to distant sites is often incurable. Our recent findings demonstrate that Type I interferons secreted by tumor cells induce anti-metastatic immune responses that prevent breast cancer metastasis to the bone. This provides novel insights into the importance of the crosstalk between neoplastic and immune cells in the metastatic process.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1 - 3
Number of pages3
Issue number1 (Article #e22339)
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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