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Cancer 'vaccine' shows promise in human trial of lymphoma patients

    An experimental cancer vaccine showed promise in a small clinical trial, according to a study in Nature Medicine.
    Mount Sinai tested the treatment in 11 patients with lymphoma.
    The vaccine is used in people who already have cancer. It's not preventive like the flu shot.

Angelica LaVito   | @angelicalavito
Published 23 Hours Ago Updated 15 Hours Ago

An experimental cancer "vaccine" showed promising results in a small clinical trial of patients with lymphoma, according to a study published Monday in the journal Nature Medicine.

Researchers at New York's Mount Sinai Hospital tested the treatment in 11 patients with lymphoma. Their results were successful enough to warrant another clinical trial in March on lymphoma patients as well as breast and head-and-neck cancer.

Researchers said some patients in the initial human trial went into full remission for months or even years.

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https://www.cnbc.com/2019/04/08/cancer-vaccine-shows-promise-in-human-trial-of-lymphoma-patients.html
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