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Stanford breakthrough uses stem cells to create possible cancer vaccine

February 16, 2018View for printing

An impressive new study from researchers at Stanford University has found that mice injected with inactivated induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) display significant immune system responses to a variety of cancers. If the study can be replicated in humans this research could pave the way for a groundbreaking personalized cancer treatment that essentially vaccinates patients against many types of tumors.

Rich Haridy

https://newatlas.com/stem-cell-cancer ... 8a-92465361
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