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    Researchers at the University of South Florida in Tampa are trying an untested method of making these vaccines for kidney cancer. Most research uses viruses to modify the original cancer cells, but this method requires expensive facilities, and some viruses will only work on dividing cells. Also, some of the viruses cause the body to start fighting them after multiple doses.

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    Writing in the October 1999 issue of "The Journal of Neurology," the researchers concluded that using a gene gun to create the vaccines is safer and simpler than using retroviruses. In addition, their vaccines worked on non-dividing cells. They are planning to begin Phase 1 clinical trials in humans, testing their vaccine for safety and observing its effect on kidney cancer cells.



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