Cuba Has A Vaccine For Lung Cancer, And America Wants In

America's new relationship with Cuba allows for more scientific innovation.

For 25 years, Cuba worked on developing a vaccine for lung cancer, and 2011 saw the availability of CimaVax, which prevents against a growth factor that can cause tumor cells to grow. In the video above, learn about the cheap vaccine, how it was made available for free in Cuba and why the U.S. wants in on it.

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