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Impaired Natural Killer Cells in Cutaneous Lymphoma: Potential Targets for Future Therapies

NK cells. Photo: Getty Images.

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet have identified a significant presence of natural killer (NK) cells, essential anti-lymphoma cells, in skin samples from cutaneous lymphoma patients. However, these NK cells displayed immaturity and reduced activity. This finding has prompted speculation about the possibility of localized therapy to restore their function. Cutaneous lymphoma, a relatively understudied form of skin cancer, particularly in advanced stages, might benefit from novel treatment approaches targeting these compromised NK cells. The study, published in Frontiers in Immunology, sheds light on potential immunotherapeutic strategies.

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