October 18, 2018

Breast cancer vaccine that could save generations now in clinical trials at Mayo Clinic

By Karl W Oestreich

First Coast News
by Lana Harris

Tens of thousands of women die annually from breast cancer, but soon, the number could decrease. Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville is working on a First Coast News Jacksonvillevaccine for triple negative breast cancer that could someday save millions. While the vaccine is still in clinical trials, doctors say they are very excited because early results indicate it seems to be working with few negative side effects. The problem is, reports show less than 5 percent of adults with cancer enroll in clinical trials or studies.

Reach: First Coast News refers to three television stations in Jacksonville, Florida. WJXX, the ABC affiliate; WTLV, the NBC affiliate; and WCWJ, the CW affiliate.

Additional coverage: KSAZKARE 11, KTVU San Francisco

Context: Saranya Chumsri, M.D. is a Mayo Clinic hematologist and oncologist.

Contact:  Kevin Punsky

Tags: breast cancer vaccine, Dr. Saranya Chumsri, First Coast News, Stacy Hanson, Uncategorized

Contact Us · Privacy Policy