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Induced pluripotent stem cells could serve as cancer vaccine, Stanford researchers say

19:00 EST 14 Feb 2018 | AAAS

(Stanford Medicine) Induced pluripotent stem cells, or iPS cells, are a keystone of regenerative medicine. Outside the body, they can be coaxed to become many different types of cells and tissues that can help repair damage due to trauma or disease. Now, a study in mice from the Stanford University School of Medicine suggests another use for iPS cells: training the immune system to attack or even prevent tumors.

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