AACR: The Role of Vaccines in Cancer Prevention | GenomeWeb

The advent of cancer-preventing vaccines is exciting to many clinicians who see it as a way to stop cancer before it even starts. At AACR, vaccinology consultant Mark Kane said many people are unaware that there are a lot of cancers that have the potential to be controlled with vaccines. New ones are being developed for cervical cancer and other diseases caused by the human papillomavirus.

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