How mRNA vaccines could be personalized cancer cures

May 7, 2024

An expanding pipeline of vaccines is giving patients new hope against some of the deadliest cancers, by training the body’s immune system to attack malignancies.

Why it matters: This personalized approach could make conditions like melanoma and bladder, kidney, pancreatic and breast cancers treatable, and even potentially preventable, via infusion.

  • But it still can take months to produce a personalized vaccine, giving the cancer more time to spread.

Read more at Axios.

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