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Opening a new door into kinder, gentler therapies for chronic inflammation

A naturally occurring antibody capable of stimulating the body's immune-suppressing regulatory T cells has been discovered by a team of Harvard scientists.

Biologic treatments that have been developed over the past quarter-century have proved to be game-changers, but the drugs are imperfect and leave some patients vulnerable to opportunistic infections, and in rare instances, cancers of the blood. Clearly, there is room for improvement, immunologists worldwide contend. The newly identified antibody is noteworthy because of its activity […]

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