Cancer Vaccines

Cancer vaccinations often either treat pre-existing cancer or stop it from developing. Cancer cells, cell fragments, or pure antigens are used to make cancer vaccines. In order to make the vaccinations, a patient's own immune cells may occasionally be taken and subjected to these compounds in a laboratory.

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