Dr. Kelvin Lee and Dr. Grace Dy discuss their work at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. The Buffalo research center is testing a lung cancer vaccine developed in Cuba.
Dr. Kelvin Lee and Dr. Grace Dy discuss their work at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. The Buffalo research center is testing a lung cancer vaccine developed in Cuba. Courtesy of Roswell Park
Dr. Kelvin Lee and Dr. Grace Dy discuss their work at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. The Buffalo research center is testing a lung cancer vaccine developed in Cuba. Courtesy of Roswell Park

A Cuban vaccine might some day turn lung cancer into a chronic disease

June 08, 2017 04:18 PM

UPDATED June 08, 2017 10:00 PM

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