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Breast cancer vaccine safely generates anti-tumor immunity

In In The News by Barbara Jacoby

By: Michael McCarthy. From: newsroom.uw.edu Study findings suggest that a vaccine could be used to prevent or treat a particularly aggressive form of breast cancer. An experimental vaccine against breast cancer safely generated a strong immune response to a key tumor protein, researchers from the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle report in a paper published by the journal …

Breaking News…The Pink Vaccine is Coming! Clinical Trials to begin in 2015

In In The News by Barbara Jacoby

For the past eleven years there has been a dream in the making; a world without breast cancer. This dream was based on a vision to eradicate the disease using a revolutionary approach; that of immune prevention.  Breast cancer immunoprevention was and continues to be the mission of Dr. Vincent K. Tuohy and his team at the Learner Research Institute …

Types of Traveling Cancer: Mestastic Breast Cancer

In In The News by Barbara Jacoby

By Dr. Kathleen Ruddy Shared by: Vera Viner One of the most frustrating things about treating cancer is that even when the treatment is working, the cells find a way to resist. Breast cancer begins, of course, in the breast, but it may not stay contained. Metastatic breast cancer can travel to different sites in the body and contaminate the …

A Step Closer to a Breast Cancer Vaccine

In In The News by Barbara Jacoby

Health Hub from Cleveland Clinic Contributor: Vincent Tuohy, PhD We just took a big step toward developing a preventive vaccine for the most dangerous type of breast cancer. Cleveland Clinic Innovations has started a new company, Shield Biotech, to develop a vaccine based on our lab research. This research has shown that a vaccine designed for immune prevention of triple-negative …