Close to 100 have had their lives extended or saved thanks to an immunotherapy called ImmuneFX, manufacturers at Tampa-based biotechnology company Morphogenesis.
"We've seen no side effects, all positive results and we find no reason why we can't have find that in people as well," said Pat Lawman, CEO of Morphogenesis.
Lawman says they've treated more than a dozen types of cancers including bone cancer, skin cancer, and lymphoma and breast cancer.
The vaccine is directly injected into a tumor or lesion, Lawman explained.
The vaccine contains a bacterial antigen that works as a red flag, basically educating and instructing your immune system to recognize and seek out cancer cells while not attacking normal cells.