New cancer vaccine trials produce ‘really hopeful’ results

Sky News published this video item, entitled “New cancer vaccine trials produce ‘really hopeful’ results” – below is their description.

Our Science Correspondent, Thomas Moore, describes how a personalised cancer vaccine made from individual patients’ own DNA has produced “really hopeful” early results.

The trial uses science adapted from the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine.

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