Last week a study showing that immunotherapies may lead to rapid tumor growth in a small subset of patients met with some concern among oncologists and researchers. They worried that the news could dampen enthusiasm surrounding cancer’s most promising new therapy.

Indeed, some of the researchers who observed the effect expressed hesitancy about sharing the news widely.

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