Published in Women's Health Weekly, June 22nd, 1998
Decades of research with traditional anti-cancer therapies, such as conventional chemotherapy and hormone manipulation, have improved outcomes only marginally, although many women do live longer as a result.
"Women with advanced breast cancer benefit from transplants, but are rarely cured," said Kenneth Foon, MD, chief of hematology/oncology and director of the UK Markey Cancer Center, Lexington, Kentucky. "It is our hope that by adding a vaccine...
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