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Title: Developing new cancer treatments
Other Titles: Alumni
Authors: Sultana, Tessabelle
Keywords: Cytogenetics
Research -- Malta
Issue Date: 2013-06
Publisher: University of Malta
Citation: THINK Magazine. 2013. (5). p.45
Abstract: Vaccines can prevent certain infectious diseases. Potentially they can also treat cancer. Vaccines today are based on small proteins, which by themselves do not elicit a strong immune response. To treat cancer a strong response is needed.
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