Our immune system not only defends our bodies against bacteria and viruses – it also plays an important role in killing cancer cells. Understanding how immune cells work to kill tumours, as well as how tumours can ‘corrupt’ our immune cells to help it grow, could be the key to providing more effective treatments for women with ovarian cancer.

Researcher Dr Sarah Spear from the Ovarian Cancer Action Research Centre (OCARC) at Imperial College London will describe what happens in the tumour microenvironment and share how their research project could help to provide immunotherapy treatment for people with ovarian cancer.

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This workshop will be provided by Ovarian Cancer Action. Once you have registered, they will be in touch with further information about the session. Any donation made when booking will go to Ovarian Cancer Action.

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