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Thousands of Tasmanian devils are dying from cancer – but a new vaccine approach could help us save them

By Andrew S. Flies, Senior Research Fellow in Immunology, University of Tasmania
Chrissie Ong, Research officer, The University of Queensland
Ruth Pye, veterinarian, University of Tasmania
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The same technology found in a widely used COVID-19 vaccine could be the key to helping save wild Tassie devils – without any needles.The Conversation

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