Do any cancer cause immunosuppression?
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cancers doesnt cause immunosuppression , however the tumor cells ivade the immune surveillance and escape the elimination by immune system.
Actually, tumors can directly contribute to immunosuppression. They can release galectin-1 which induces apoptosis in activated TH1 cells.
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And this just scratches the surface. Tumors use multiple mechanisms to evade the immune system.
Here is a review from Nature that details these studies.
This is a very interesting and emerging field. I think we are just learning how sophisticated the interaction is between tumors and the immune system.
cancer does not cause immunosuppression but treating cancer with chemmicals can cause immunosuppression
while escape of cancer cells from immune response may contibuted to tolerance