Human trials to start for cancer vaccine that triggers the body to attack all tumors after injecting just one

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Human trials to start for cancer vaccine that triggers the body to attack all tumors after injecting just one

by golter2000 on Mon Feb 05, 2018 07:41 PM

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Human trials to start for cancer vaccine that triggers the body to attack all tumors after injecting just one Researchers at Stanford University are recruiting 15 lymphoma patients They have shown their two-medicine shot can rid mice of even the furthest-spread tumors, with little-to-no side effects By injecting one tumor, they claim, they trigger a body-wide reaction http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5337727/Human-tria

RE: Human trials to start for cancer vaccine that triggers the body to attack all tumors after injecting just one

by dumbcritic on Mon Feb 05, 2018 09:15 PM

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On Feb 05, 2018 7:41 PM golter2000 wrote:

Human trials to start for cancer vaccine that triggers the body to attack all tumors after injecting just one Researchers at Stanford University are recruiting 15 lymphoma patients They have shown their two-medicine shot can rid mice of even the furthest-spread tumors, with little-to-no side effects By injecting one tumor, they claim, they trigger a body-wide reaction http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5337727/Human-tria ls-start-cancer-vaccine.html"" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5337727/Human-tria target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5337727/Human-tria

Here is a link to the trial https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03410901

RE: Human trials to start for cancer vaccine that triggers the body to attack all tumors after injecting just one

by tomatoman on Wed Feb 07, 2018 01:48 PM

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On Feb 05, 2018 9:15 PM dumbcritic wrote:

On Feb 05, 2018 7:41 PM golter2000 wrote:

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Here is a link to the trial https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03410901 "" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03410901 " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03410901

True, this procedure looks promising, but I am skeptical about this because: a) there is no way to know which of the three (radiation, antibodies, agonist) methods will be effective; b) they are not testing an untreated group to compare and judge if it works or not; and c) the original article says there is "one shot" but the followup trial explanation describes it as over a dozen shots over several months period, (so "one shot" is misleading.  Another problem I have is that if they inject "intratumoral", it seems to me that the t-cells may never come in contact with the inner part of the tumor and the vaccine(s).  It works on mice so definitely it has promise.  I wish them luck.  Wish they could hurry up.

RE: Human trials to start for cancer vaccine that triggers the body to attack all tumors after injecting just one

by Margo48 on Thu Feb 08, 2018 09:53 PM

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Hi Golfer2000. I have just started to participate in a personalised vaccine trial. This treatment is one injection every 3 weeks 3 times. So, it's a course of 3 injections. The vaccine is made from my own cancer cells, taken from the frozen tumour that was taken out with my left kidney. I have Renal Cell Carcinoma stage IV with many metastasis. I was diagnosed in 2011 and have had several previous treatments, including Sutent and Nivolumab (an immunotherapy). I have had one injection and will have my second next week. No side-effects, just hoping it works and I have my little prayers. Will keep you updated when I have had my CT scan at the end of March 2018, 3 weeks after my last injection. 'In God we trust', best wishes, Margo

RE: Human trials to start for cancer vaccine that triggers the body to attack all tumors after injecting just one

by Margo48 on Thu Feb 08, 2018 09:59 PM

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Hi Golfer2000. I have just started to participate in a personalised vaccine trial. This treatment is one injection every 3 weeks 3 times. So, it's a course of 3 injections. The vaccine is made from my own cancer cells, taken from the frozen tumour that was taken out with my left kidney. I have Renal Cell Carcinoma stage IV with many metastasis. I was diagnosed in 2011 and have had several previous treatments, including Sutent and Nivolumab (an immunotherapy). I have had one injection and will have my second next week. No side-effects, just hoping it works and I have my little prayers. Will keep you updated when I have had my CT scan at the end of March 2018, 3 weeks after my last injection. 'In God we trust', best wishes, Margo

RE: Human trials to start for cancer vaccine that triggers the body to attack all tumors after injecting just one

by gordhan on Mon Feb 19, 2018 09:10 AM

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On Feb 08, 2018 9:59 PM Margo48 wrote:

Hi Golfer2000. I have just started to participate in a personalised vaccine trial. This treatment is one injection every 3 weeks 3 times. So, it's a course of 3 injections. The vaccine is made from my own cancer cells, taken from the frozen tumour that was taken out with my left kidney. I have Renal Cell Carcinoma stage IV with many metastasis. I was diagnosed in 2011 and have had several previous treatments, including Sutent and Nivolumab (an immunotherapy). I have had one injection and will have my second next week. No side-effects, just hoping it works and I have my little prayers. Will keep you updated when I have had my CT scan at the end of March 2018, 3 weeks after my last injection. 'In God we trust', best wishes, Margo

My best wishes to to you and pray that you get benefit with the treatment.

My father has stage 4 prostate cancer. We are living in india. could you please share any contact detail where i can inquire if my father can participate in any such trial.

Regards,

Harish

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