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How mRNA and DNA vaccines could soon treat cancers, HIV, autoimmune disorders and genetic diseases

By Deborah Fuller, Professor of Microbiology, School of Medicine, University of Washington
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DNA and mRNA vaccines produce a different kind of immune response than traditional vaccines, allowing researchers to tackle some previously unsolvable problems in medicine.The Conversation

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