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Melanoma immunotherapy inhibits tumor growth & increases survival

Inovio Pharmaceuticals, Inc. has announced its newest DNA-based cancer immunotherapy targeting melanoma induced a robust and broad immune response in animals and directed cancer-killing T cells…

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