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- Question: Is the combination of Dendritic Cell Vaccine and oncolytic viruses possible and/or evaluated for the treatment of recurrent Glioblastoma Multiforme? If yes, what are the results, the pro's and con's, and where is this therapy evaluated?
No, in general, only one experimental treatment can be done at a time
until they are approved, then you are allowed to mix them as much as you want.