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The technology used to create COVID-19 vaccines may also help fight cancer.
A vaccine designed to enhance T-cell activity could help CAR-T therapy work better against solid tumors.
The success of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines could help accelerate clinical research on vaccines to treat cancer.
A novel clinical trial based on research from Cleveland Clinic’s Lerner Research Institute targets triple-negative breast cancer.
Cancer vaccines become much more potent in their cancer-fighting abilities when combined with more established immunotherapies.
COVID-19 vaccine’s mRNA technology could one day help treat cancer.
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Social media posts that make misleading comparisons undermine the science behind the COVID-19 vaccine.
A Phase 1 study on customized immunotherapy shows promise for people with lung cancer.
Most vaccines can be administered on a flexible timeline if the originally recommended timeline is missed.
Combining a custom cancer vaccine and a checkpoint inhibitor generated tumor-specific immune responses in a majority of patients.
Psychologist Seth Axelrod, PhD, has metastatic bone cancer—and a unique set of therapeutic skills that help him live with it.
We’re all familiar with vaccines that prime the immune system to prevent infections. Can a similar approach be used to fight cancer?
The personalized vaccine was associated with a 45% lower risk of death in a real-world study.
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