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New cancer vaccine is 100 percent successful in mouse model

September 10, 2018

Researchers from the Scripps Research Institute in San Diego, CA, recently worked with experts from other institutions to develop a vaccine that would be effective against melanoma (a type of skin cancer) when administered in conjunction with other therapies.

According to Prof. Dale Boger, who co-led the research with Nobel laureate Bruce Beutler, “This co-therapy produced a complete response — a curative response — in the treatment of melanoma.”

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