Posts Tagged ‘breast cancer vaccine’
The scientific community around the world work tirelessly to offer new possibilities for prevention and early detection of breast cancer, a disease that kills more women worldwide.
Between all the progress is a new vaccine for prevention of breast cancer development, even in the testing phase, which is being developed by the Lerner Research Institute, the U.S. city of Cleveland. The new drug could offer immunity to the disease with only one dose, and without harming healthy tissue. Read the rest of this entry »