Vaccine Program

Vaccines have long been used as a way to create an effective immune response against pathogens, and vaccines against bacteria and viruses form an important aspect of infection prevention.

Because there are naturally existing immune responses to melanoma, investigators have reasoned that a vaccine against melanoma might reduce the chance of melanoma recurring in patients with high-risk melanoma whose tumors have been removed.

If you're interested in finding or participating in a vaccine trial for melanoma, contact us or complete the online Cancer Studies Contact form.