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posted on 06.06.2022, 23:40 authored by Samuel WidodoSamuel Widodo

Macrophages, as an important part of the human system, are capable to defend the body against cancer, including brain cancer. However, cancer cells overcome macrophages' anti-cancer activities by turning them 'bad' and making them support cancer growth. 

In the final part of the video, I describe a potential way to switch the macrophages back to 'good'.