Cancer Vaccines

Cancer vaccines stimulate the immune system’s capability to protect the body against the infectious agents that may cause disease. Cancer vaccine is also known as biological response modifiers. There are two types of cancer vaccine: Preventive vaccine and treatment vaccine. The Preventive vaccine is used to stop the development of the Cancer cell and treatment vaccines are used to treat the existing cancer by natural immune system to fight against the cancer.

Oncolytic Virus is a virus that infects and breakdown Cancer cells but not normal cells. Oncolytic virus therapy may make it easier to kill tumor cells with chemotherapy and radiation therapy. It is a type of targeted therapy. Also called oncolytic virotherapy, viral therapy, and virotherapy.

  • Cancer Cell Mechanisms
  • Cancer Clinical trials
  • Cancer Epidemiology
  • Cancer Biostatistics
  • Medical Oncology
  • Interpretive Oncology

 

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