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AACR 2019: Cancer preventive vaccine showed promising results in preclinical model of Lynch syndrome

08:50 EDT 2 Apr 2019 | ecancermedicalscience

Vaccination with as few as four tumour antigens generated antigen-specific responses, reduced intestinal tumours, and improved survival in a mouse model of Lynch syndrome, suggesting that it may be possible to develop a cancer preventive vaccine for...

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