Improvement of different vaccine delivery systems for cancer therapy

@inproceedings{Bolhassani2010ImprovementOD,
  title={Improvement of different vaccine delivery systems for cancer therapy},
  author={Azam Bolhassani and Shima Safaiyan and Sima Rafati},
  booktitle={Molecular Cancer},
  year={2010}
}
Cancer vaccines are the promising tools in the hands of the clinical oncologist. Many tumor-associated antigens are excellent targets for immune therapy and vaccine design. Optimally designed cancer vaccines should combine the best tumor antigens with the most effective immunotherapy agents and/or delivery strategies to achieve positive clinical results. Various vaccine delivery systems such as different routes of immunization and physical/chemical delivery methods have been used in cancer… CONTINUE READING

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