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Cancer Vaccine Fairness: Tumor No More

This report examines the potential impact and challenges of cancer vaccines, proposing a debate about the best and most equitable way to put an end to cancer. It includes illustrations by Daniel Hertzberg, and discusses the need for studies with clearly defined plans to treat a defined number of patients, as well as the potential of mobile production facilities for mRNA.

PUBLISHED BY FII Institute

April 11, 2023
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The FII Institute’s report, Cancer Vaccine Fairness Impact Report 2023, examines how ambitious goals of impacting humanity can be achieved equitably and efficiently. It proposes a global rollout for cancer detection and therapeutic mRNA vaccination against the most lethal skin cancer, which they call Mission Melanoma. The report is based on three pillars: THINK, ACT, and XCHANGE, and draws on sources from governments, universities, and companies. It is intended to be a step towards a world where health means wealth and not the other way around.

This report examines the potential impact and challenges of cancer vaccines, proposing a debate about the best and most equitable way to put an end to cancer. It includes illustrations by Daniel Hertzberg, and discusses the need for studies with clearly defined plans to treat a defined number of patients, as well as the potential of mobile production facilities for mRNA.

Key insights from the report include the proposal for how ambitious goals of making an impact on humanity can be achieved, the potential impact and challenges of cancer vaccines, the need for a debate about the best and most equitable way to put an end to cancer, and the prospects and challenges for therapeutic cancer vaccines.

Learn about the potential impact and challenges of cancer vaccines, the need for accessible and inclusive information, and a proposal for how ambitious goals can be achieved to put an end to cancer.

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