Cancer drugs and vaccines

Cancer treatment vaccines are a type of immunotherapy that treats cancer by building up the body’s natural protect against the cancer.

Cancer treatment vaccines are of three different ways:

  • They can be made of your own tumour cells. This means they are custom- built so that they cause an immune response against factors that are unique to cancer.
  • They may be made from tumour-related antigens that are found on cancer cells of many people with a specific type of cancer. This kind of vaccine can cause an immune response in patient in which the cancer produces that antigen.
  • They may be made of your own dendritic cells, in which it is a type of immune cell. Dendritic cell vaccine stimulate the immune system to respond antigen on tumour cells.


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