Learn about T-cells, an important subtype of white blood cells that play a key role in the immune system and in fighting cancer.
The CD4/CD8 ratio compares the proportion of "helper" T-cells to "suppressor T-cells" and is used to determine the likely course of the disease and death.
The thymus gland is a lymphatic organ that plays a role in immunity, autoimmunity, and aging. Learn about its structure, function, and related disorders.
Sézary syndrome is a rare type of blood cancer that involves cancerous T-cells. Many patients develop a head-to-toe skin rash that requires treatment.
Chimeric antigen receptor T-cell (CAR-T) therapy is a type of cancer treatment in which your own immune cells are modified to fight your cancer.
CD4 T-cells are considered "helper" cells because they do not neutralize infections but rather triggers the body's response to infections.
People can access immunotherapies that alter their cells and store them for future use in cancer treatment.
Treatment of lymphoma depends on the type and stage of lymphoma. Options include chemotherapy, radiation therapy, immunotherapy, and stem cell transplants.
From T-cells to neutrophils, MHC to chemokines, the complex processes of your immune system are constantly working to protect you from infection.
Hepatosplenic T-Cell lymphoma is a very rare illness with symptoms that may include fatigue, unexplained fevers, weight loss, and abdominal fullness.