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The tumour microenvironment is the collection of cells in and surrounding cancer cells in a tumour including a variety of immune cells, especially neutrophils and monocyte-derived macrophages. In a tumour setting, macrophages encompass a spectrum between a tumour-suppressive (M1) or tumour-promoting (M2) state. The biology of macrophages found in tumours (Tumour Associated Macrophages) remains unclear, but understanding their impact on tumour progression is highly important. In this paper, wedoi:10.1101/2020.10.14.337642 fatcat:sfmadldjkvefrjyb7mdygfm62a