Can a tetanus shot help treat brain cancer?

From me in The Spectator, a piece about treating glioblastoma, the Great White Shark of cancers, with vaccines and enhancing the effects with a tetanus booster:

Since glioblastoma almost always comes back after initial treatment, exploiting immune memory holds the most promise for long-term survival. The body’s ability to recognize and destroy a returning malignancy is, at least in theory, a possible way around the problem of recurrence.

Read it here.

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