Pediatric Cancer

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  • Published date: January 28, 2019
    • Shirley, New York, United States

Pediatric embryonal cancers and their tumor immune environment are unique. Pediatric embryonal tumors have few mutation-based neoantigens, are often downregulated in major histocompatibility complex (MHC) and are embedded in immunosuppressive tumor microenvironments. The immune system in children is immature and tumor-specific immunity is not well developed. In pediatric cancers, therapeutic vaccine strategies may be particularly problematic because of immune suppression produced by the tumor or its intensive treatment with combined chemotherapy. Creative Biolabs is a world leader in the field of cancer vaccine development. With our extensive experience and advanced platform, we are therefore confident in offering the best vaccine development services for different types of pediatric cancer including Neuroblastoma, Leukemia, Lymphomas and Brain Tumors. We guarantee the finest results for our customers all over the world.

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