Cancer vaccine? Boston researchers optimistic about new treatment
Boston researchers say they may have made a significant breakthrough in the cancer battle by turning malignant cells against themselves. Brigham and Women's Hospital researchers created a cancer vaccine to simultaneously kill and prevent the deadly brain cancer glioblastoma. The team developed a new cell therapy approach to eliminate established tumors and induce long-term immunity. The researchers will soon be asking the FDA for approval for a Phase 1 trial.
Published 5 months ago · Boston, United States
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Brain cancer vaccine that 'turns cells into killers' being developed
After the rapid development of COVID-19 vaccines, the likes of Moderna and BioNTech hope that jabs to fight cancer could be available in the years ahead. But one team at Harvard Medical School is taking its own approach to developing such a treatment.
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Scientists develop a cancer vaccine to simultaneously kill and prevent brain cancer
Investigators have developed a new cell therapy approach to eliminate established tumors and induce long-term immunity, training the immune system so that it can prevent cancer from recurring.
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Boston cancer researchers create vaccine to kill and prevent brain cancer glioblastoma
BOSTON — Can the cure for deadly cancers be in the cancer itself? Boston scientists in groundbreaking research have used a new way to turn cancer cells into potent, anti-cancer
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