Cancer Vaccines

A cancer vaccine is a vaccine that treats with existing cancer or prevents development of a cancer. Cancer vaccines are also   known as biological response modifiers. A biological response modifier helps by stimulating or restoring the immune system’s ability to fight infections and disease. The most commonly used side effect of cancer vaccines is inflammation at the site of injection, including redness, pain, swelling, warming of the skin, itchiness, and occasionally a rash. Mainly these vaccines include cell therapy and gene therapy.

  • Cell Therapy
  • Gene Therapy
  • Metabolomic cancer therapy
  • Hormone therapies
  • Chemotherapy

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