Cancer vaccine, yet to be confirmed in human trials

Researchers at the Karolinska Institute cancer centre in Stockholm are on the verge of discovering a vaccination for cancer in humans. The lab vaccine protected tumor growth in animals for five months. They now believe that it may stop variety of tumors patients even after treated with radiotherapy.

The researchers have associated with a Swedish company to manufacture antibodies for human cancer vaccine. If the vaccine works in human trials, it may help to protect against a range of cancer varieties.


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