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 Is Vitamin D a Wonder Supplement? Temporary Doctors on the Rise President Trump’s Policies Could Harm Your Health Trump’s Health Secretary Nominee: Anti-Abortion, Against Stem Cell Research, Thinks Tobacco Isn’t a Drug Why Heart Disease is on the Rise in America The Debate Continues Over Whether Diets Can ‘Reverse’ Diabetes Campaign Launched to Honor ‘Living Scientists’ Can a Robot Help People Overcome Loneliness?