Cancer Vaccine Unlikely … But Do We Need One? Posted on March 8, 2017 by Ann Pietrangelo in Cancer, Health Care The genetic diversity between individual tumors makes it difficult to develop a universal cancer vaccine, but there are a lot of alternative treatments. The post Cancer Vaccine Unlikely … But Do We Need One? appeared first on Healthline News. Authored by: Ann Pietrangelo http://www.healthline.com/rss/health-news Previous ArticleNext Article Related Posts Statins Should Be Used More, Researchers Say NASCAR Driver Getting the Word Out on Colorectal Cancer Edelman PR and Macias PR – The Evolution of Public Relations Temporary Doctors on the Rise When Food Disrupts Family Harmony The Debate Continues Over Whether Diets Can ‘Reverse’ Diabetes OK, So What Else Don’t We Know About the Human Body? Is There a Gender Bias Against Female Pain Patients?