The development of Covid-19 vaccines is already stopping ruthless deaths caused by coronavirus inflictions across developed countries and slowly throughout the rest of the world. The development and deployment of the vaccine through the utility application of the messenger (m) with RNA, a polymeric molecule essential in various biological roles in coding of the genetic structure of the cells, formed the mRNA, which is an RNA version of the gene that leaves the cell nucleus and moves to the cytoplasm where proteins are made. The revolutionary evolution of mRNA has advanced Covid-19 vaccines as well as offered the potential for versatile tools toward innovative therapeutics beyond infectious diseases, particularly in treating cancer. Read More
“Messenger RNA Vaccines: Beckoning of a New Era in Cancer Immunotherapy,” was written by Mehmet Sitki Copur for the Cancer Network, home to Journal of Oncology, where he is an Editorial Advisory Board member. Dr. Copur is also a medical oncologist/hematologist and Medical Director of Oncology at Morrison Cancer Center, Mary Lanning Healthcare in Hastings, Nebraska, and a professor at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.