Researchers Study Vaccines For Skin Cancer Can targeted vaccines help the human immune system respond better to cancer therapies? Douglas Schwartzentruber, medical director of the Center for Cancer Care at the Goshen Health System in Goshen, Ind., describes a study of a vaccine that can help slow the progress of metastatic melanoma.
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Researchers Study Vaccines For Skin Cancer

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Researchers Study Vaccines For Skin Cancer

Researchers Study Vaccines For Skin Cancer

Researchers Study Vaccines For Skin Cancer

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Can targeted vaccines help the human immune system respond better to cancer therapies? Douglas Schwartzentruber, medical director of the Center for Cancer Care at the Goshen Health System in Goshen, Ind., describes a study of a vaccine that can help slow the progress of metastatic melanoma.