Overview of Dendritic-Cell Cancer Vaccines

An article from nj.com looks over the past decade of research and trials in a particular -- and very promising -- class of cancer vaccine. I've said before here that cancer is no longer a grave threat to life in developed countries. The end result of decades of well-publicized research and high levels of funding has finally come: numerous effective therapies are about to arrive in the market. This success story can be repeated for anti-aging research and regenerative medicine, but only if we manage to make these fields as popular and as well funded. Activism and advocacy are very important.

Link: http://www.nj.com/newsflash/business/index.ssf?/cgi-free/getstory_ssf.cgi?f0061_BC_WSJ--CancerResearch&&news&newsflash-financial


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