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 Cancer Patients Anxiously Await Decision on Obamacare Obamacare Portraits: Three People Who Use the ACA and What They Think of It Experts Still Urge Americans to Get Flu Shots. Here’s Why What You Should Do If You Faint The Dangers of Sunburn, Even for People with Darker Skin Why Do One Million Babies Per Year Die the Same Day They’re Born? New Drug to Treat Multiple Sclerosis Awaits FDA Approval Are Expensive Fitness Classes Worth It?