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What is Tumorigenesis Suppressing factors?

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Question What is Tumorigenesis Suppressing factors?



Hello eversybody,
I don't know exactly about tumorigenesis suppressing factors. I want someone help me to explane about tumorigenesis suppressing factors. What? and How many kind of tumorigenesis suppressing factor in immune system do we have? Thank you very much.
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