Personalised Vaccine in a dog model
Here is a link to an Open Access paper:
It describes how dogs with advanced cancer were treated by obtaining a small sample of the tumor and creating an individual vaccine for each dog. It was not successful in every case, of course, but it gives hope. I understand this will be translated to human trials at some stage.
It sounds so simple to do that I am sure it could even be a "DIY" project for some if time is short and they can get the starting material.
Apologies if this has been posted earlier.
There are a number of trials https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/results?term=neoantigen+vaccine&Search=Apply&recrs=b&recrs=a&age_v=&gndr=&type=&rslt=
Early data from Gritstone Oncology shows its vaccine could end up being best-in-class (imo) . Here are links to the trials they are running [2,3].