Immunotherapy

Cancer Vaccine Institute Research Overview

The Cancer Vaccine Institute at the University of Washington is a collaboration of scientists, doctors, nurses, patients, and philanthropists, all determined to eliminate cancer. Our goal is to harness the immune system to diagnose, prevent, and treat cancer. We are focused on targeting cancers that are responsible for more than 50% of the annual diagnoses and deaths in the United States, including breast, colon, ovarian, prostate, pancreatic, sarcoma, lung, and bladder cancers.

Cancer Vaccine Institute research continues full steam ahead during the pandemic

The Cancer Vaccine Institute at the University of Washington has responded quickly and effectively to the unprecedented challenges posed by the ongoing pandemic to continue moving full steam ahead on mission to develop cancer vaccines and other immune therapies. As an essential service, we have not only remained operational but have made significant progress across many of our projects, while keeping our research teams safe.

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