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There are rapidly emerging efforts to explore tumor-associated macrophages (TAMs) as a tumor therapy target. Tumor cells express CD47, which can interact with the macrophages' SIRPα transmitting a "don't eat me" signal to macrophages. The expression of CD47 increases in various tumors to evade immune attack. However, the expression of CD47 in endometrial cancer (EC) and the role of CD47-SIRPα in the TAMs which mediate the progression of EC remain unclear. Our study shows that there aredoi:10.1155/2018/6156757 pmid:30525058 pmcid:PMC6247569 fatcat:n2v7wsh2k5crnomspwez7jx7zy