March 5, 2021
Health News

Personalized Skin Cancer Vaccine Shows Promise in New Trial Results – Gizmodo

The future of cancer treatment might involve personalized vaccines meant to manage or even prevent relapsesat least if new research published Thursday continues to pan out. In a small clinical trial, high-risk melanoma patients given such a vaccine were able to create a long term, durable immune response to their cancer, scientists said. They also remained alive four years after the initial treatment, with most being actively disease-free.
Cancer vaccines have been a highly sought-after goal by…

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