It looks like a vaccine to prevent lung cancer may be in the future.

There’s a new lung cancer vaccine in town. For now, it’s still in Cuba, where it’s already being given out for free as part of a course of routine treatment for people with advanced lung cancer. But it’s on track to show up on American shores soon, possibly within a year, according to Wired. The vaccine, called CimaVax, is the result of a collaboration between US and Cuban research centers. The software for the effort is being provided by Manhattan-based tech company Infor.Read more…


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