Suppressor Cells and Malignancy

I. Suppressor Macrophages and Suppressor T Cells in Experimental Animals
  • David Naor
  • Jonathan S. Duke-Cohan
Part of the Advances in Immunity and Cancer Therapy book series (IMMUNITY, volume 2)


“Suppressor Cells: Permitters and Promoters of Malignancy?” was the title of a review article published by one of us in 1979 (1). This paper focused on the interrelationships between a neoplasm and the cells regulating the immune system. Unfortunately, the question mark, which was an integral part of the title six years ago, cannot yet be replaced by an exclamation mark, because the mechanisms controlling tumor growth are still unclear. However, the intriguing hypothesis that suppressor cells support tumor growth, and that their elimination may encourage tumor rejection still occupies the imagination of many tumor immunologists who are using a variety of experimental model systems, both in animals and in humans, in order to test the above prediction.


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