What has been found? Scientists call themtertiary lymphoid structures (TLS). They are usually formed at chronic inflammation sites and can be used to trigger our immune system to destroy tumour and virus-infected cells. This is the first report of lymph node-resembling entities in the brain. Interestingly, these TLS were only observed in the tumoural tissue and not in healthy brain tissue of brain cancer patients.
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