Video: Cancer Vaccines May Help Dogs and People

Posted on July 31, 2015

In this recent report on MSNBC, Connecticut veterinarian Gerald Post and physician Mark Mamula of the Yale University School of Medicine explain how therapeutic cancer vaccines prompt the body to make antibodies against the disease. One such treatment developed at Yale, which is not chemotherapy, is being tried first in pet dogs, but Mamula is optimistic it will also prove useful for treating some cancers in people. Learn more here:


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