Vaccines and other immunological approaches for cancer immunoprevention.

@article{Lollini2011VaccinesAO,
  title={Vaccines and other immunological approaches for cancer immunoprevention.},
  author={Pierluigi Lollini and Giordano Nicoletti and Lorena Landuzzi and Federica Cavallo and Guido Forni and Carla de Giovanni and Patrizia Nanni},
  journal={Current drug targets},
  year={2011},
  volume={12 13},
  pages={
          1957-73
        }
}
The immune system effectively prevents cancer, whereas severe immunodepression increases its incidence. Cancer immunoprevention is a strategy based on the concept that enhancement of tumor immunity in healthy individuals reduces cancer risk. It can be viewed as a kind of chemoprevention. For cancer immunoprevention, the cancer universe can be neatly divided between tumors caused - directly or indirectly - by infectious agents and all other tumors. Immunoprevention of tumors caused by infectious… CONTINUE READING
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