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Volume 14   •   Number 1  •  January 2017

Immunotherapy: Cancer’s Newest Enemy

It is widely recognized that the immune system is capable of stopping the growth of cancer. But some cancer cells are smart and can hide from the immune system by mutating and sending false signals. They can also manipulate surrounding cells to produce substances that suppress the immune system, allowing …


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Editor-in-Chief
Bruce A. Ferrell, MD
UCLA Division of Geriatrics
Executive Editor
JoAnn Milivojevic
Group Director
Jay Roland
Editorial Advisory Board
Randall Espinoza, MD, MPH
Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences
Geffen School of Medicine
UCLA Medical Center

Arash Naeim, MD
Hematology & Oncology
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center

Michelle Eslami, MD
Geriatric Medicine
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital
UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica

John FitzGerald, MD
Rheumatology
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica
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