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Previously known as Julio Palmaz Award, it has been accepted in years past by scientists such as Robert Langer of MIT and Nobel Prize winner W.E. Moerner of Stanford University. In awarding Peoples, the San Antonio life sciences advocacy organization specifically noted Peoples groundbreaking work in cancer immunotherapy, as well as his surgical and wartime achievements. Yet less than a week after the award announcement, Peoples was reminded how hard it is to turn his oncology work into a vaccine that benefits cancer patients. Galena, the company testing a cancer vaccine he helped develop, NeuVax, decided to end a Phase 3 trial for good after disappointing results. Its still another negative, Peoples says, referring the longstanding difficulty researchers have had in finding success with cancer vaccines. Its very frustrating, to say the least. Peoples is working through the disappointment the way he usually does: by asking questions. Whats working, and whats not? What do I know, and what do I need to figure out? What are the next steps? Its a practice he honed throughout his lifein the operating room and on the battlefield.
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