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Antibody–drug teamwork tames deadly metastatic brain tumours

Coloured axial MRI scan through a brain with metastatic brain cancer

A 38-year-old woman’s brain cancer (pink patches) originated in a tumour in her breast. Some such brain cancers yield to a new treatment that yokes a drug to an antibody. Credit: Zephyr/Science Photo Library

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Nature 608, 452 (2022)



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