vaccinotherapy

vaccinotherapy

 [vak″sĭ-no-ther´ah-pe]
therapeutic use of vaccines.
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Clinically important results of vaccinotherapy are achieved in patients with melanoma and renal carcinoma in a number of studies (Kao et al., 1992).
Related findings have indicated that vaccinotherapy of patients with skin melanoma and renal carcinoma with the tag7-modified autologous tumor cells is safe and do not have any significant side-effects.
[6] A vaccinotherapy using Tyrosinase, gp100, and MART-1 peptides together with the alum adjuvant is being used for the treatment of the patients with IIB, IIC, III, or IV cutaneous melanoma OR stage III or IV ocular or mucosal melanoma.