Further reading

Burnet FM (1970) The concept of immunological surveillance. Progress in Experimental Tumor Research 13: 1-27.

Challis GB and Stam HJ (1989) The spontaneous regression of cancer. A review of cases from 1900 to 1987. Acta Oncologica 29: 545-550. DeVita Jr VT, Hellman S and Rosenberg SA (eds) (1996) Biological Therapy of Cancer, 2nd edn. Philadelphia: JB Lippincott.

Feinberg MB and McLean AR (1997) AIDS: decline and fall of immune surveillance? Current Biology 7: R136-R140.

Filipovich AH, Marhur A, Kamat D, Kersey JH and Shapiro, RS (1994) Lymphoproliferative disorders and other tumors complicating immunodeficiencies. Immunodeficiency 5: 91-112. Flcuren GJ, Gorter A, Kuppen PJK, Litvinov SV and War-naar SO (1995) Tumor heterogeneity and immunotherapy of cancer. Immunological Reviews 145: 91-122. Hiesse C, Kriaa F, Rieu P et al (1995) Incidence and type of malignancies occurring after renal transplantation in conventionally and cyclosporin-treated recipients: analysis of a 20-year period in 1600 patients. Transplantation Proceedings 27: 972-974. Kaiser HE (1994) Biological viewpoints of neoplastic regression. In vivo 8: 155-166. Khanna R, Burrows SR and Moss DJ ( 1995) Immune regulation in Epstein-Barr virus-associated diseases. Microbiological Reviews 59: 387^105. Mueller BU and Pizzo PA (1995) Cancer in children with primary or secondary immunodeficiencies. Journal of Pediatrics 126: 1-10. Penn I (1994) Depressed immunity and the development of cancer. Cancer Detection and Prevention 18: 241-252. Sheil AGR (1992) Development of malignancy following renal transplantation in Australia and New Zealand. Transplantation Proceedings 24: 1275-12766.

Swinnen LJ, Costanzo-Nordin MR, Fisher SG et al (1990) Increased incidence of lymphoproliferative disorder after immunosuppression with the monoclonal antibody OKT3 in cardiac-transplant recipients. New England Journal of Medicine 323: 1723-1728.

Van Ravenswaay Claasen HH, Kluin PhM and Fleuren C iJ (1992) Tumor infiltrating cells in human cancer: on the possible role of CD16' macrophages in antitumor cytotoxicity. Laboratory Investigation 67: 166-174.

Whiteside TL and Herberman RB (1995) The role of natural killer cells in immune surveillance of cancer. C.urrenl Opinion in Immunology 7: 704-710.

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