The defeat of medical history has had a promising development in cancer, one of the most difficult diseases. Scientists reach 100% success rate with the cancer vaccine they tested on mice.
Cancer cells are the aggressive cells that have the structure that brings the death of other cells in any part of your body. Over time, the death of tissues and organs can cause individuals to endanger life. For this reason, cancer cells must be recognized and destroyed during their formation. Although many techniques have been tried throughout the history of medicine, no method has been found to provide a definitive solution to cancer cells.
A new cancer vaccine developed in the light of recent work has reached 100% success rate on mice in the laboratory.
One of the common academics working at Scripps Research and one of the common academicians working at the Scripps Research company. Dr. "This coherent technique is a fully valid answer for melanoma treatment," says Dale Boger.
Boger worked with Nobel Prize winner Bruce Beutler at Southwest University in Texas to develop the vaccine. According to Beutler, preventing the progression of cancer cells by overgrowth allows the innate immune system to become active. Professor Dr. "If a vaccine can develop the body to fight external pathogens, it also allows the immune system to play a role," Boger says. So when the vaccine is applied, the cancer cells are trapped in the corner like the flu viruses, and the rest of the work is taking care of the defense system in the immune system.
Researchers have indicated that all of the cancerous mice that have been vaccinated with a substance called Diprovocim have survived. They also reported that when the researchers reassigned the same cancer cells to mice, their bodies became susceptible to these cells and did not get sick.
There is a need to do more clinical testing for the vaccine to be implemented on humans. Since a vaccine is coordinated with other techniques, the time required by these tests may increase. Ultimately, it is about producing a permanent solution to the cancer. These vaccinations can soon reach needy people without any setbacks in their studies