Dear Carlene, thank you for sharing that information about the FDA approve immunovaccine's application for a Phase I/II clinical trial for an ovarian cancer vaccine. You are really a good researcher and always share information with us. It's funny, no oncologists seems to share this type of information with a patient, all they seem to do is push the "standard chemotherapy treatments." I tried doing a little research on this also, but don't really understand it because in a June 20, 2011 article I saw, it said that the study began last April enrolling 20-24 patients at five U.S. sites with breast, ovarian and prostate cancer and that interim results are scheduled to be released in the 4th quarter of this year (I guess they meant 2010) and final results in the 1st quarter of 2011. I tried going on the NCI, and couldn't see where they had this trial so I don't know if there was one. If you ever come across any more info about this trial, could you please let us know. I've been with this cancer since 2006 and now have been on constant chemotherapy since last year and after awhile it just takes a toll on a person. Again, thank you for always providing us with so much information and I wish you the best of luck with your surgery next week.