Role of Prolactin Inducible Protein in Breast Cancer

Researchers describe the first evidence linking prolactin inducible protein (PIP) to the immune system's ability to recognize and destroy foreign cells, such as tumor cells. New research in prolactin inducible protein deficient mice that demonstrates the role of prolactin inducible protein  in cell-mediated immunity and suggests that this immune regulatory function may be protective against breast cancer … Continue reading Role of Prolactin Inducible Protein in Breast Cancer