A tumour vaccine is an agent used for cancer therapy or cancer prevention that elicits an immune response and induces protective immunity against specific molecules (antigens) expressed on tumour cells. There are currently no vaccines that can prevent cancer from developing, but some therapeutic tumour vaccines have shown promise in patients with selected cancers.
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