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First-of-its-kind breast cancer vaccine set to begin clinical trials in the US

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A vaccine against the most aggressive and deadly form of breast cancer is one step closer to reality.

The Cleveland Clinic announced Tuesday it's launching a first-of-its kind human trial testing a shot designed to prevent triple-negative breast cancer, which currently doesn't respond to hormone or targeted drug therapies and can only be prevented with mastectomy.

Until now, developments in triple-negative breast cancer vaccines have been limited to lab work and animal research. The human trial can begin now that the US Food and Drug Administration approved an investigational new drug application for the shot. 


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