Immune Cell Infiltration Drives Cerebral Edema in Glioblastoma
Accumulating evidence suggests that immune dysregulation by glioblastoma cells induces tumor-associated edema and that disruption of this tumor-immune interaction may represent a novel strategy to reduce cerebral edema in glioblastoma.
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