About this guide
The article “Cancer’s sweet cloak” describes how cancer cells coat themselves with extra sugars to avoid detection from the immune system, and how therapeutics in development might destroy that protective sugar coating. In this guide, students can focus on details in the article, follow connections to earlier articles about cancer, explore cross-curricular connections to other major science topics and analyze a graph of data from one of the cancer experiments featured in the article.
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