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Breast cancer vaccine research is ‘very exciting,’ doctor says

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Dr. Marisa Weiss, chief medical officer at BreastCancer.org, joins TODAY to comment on the prospect of a vaccine to prevent triple negative breast cancer, which she predicts could come within five to 10 years: “I’ve seen a lot of miracles, and we need another one for women with triple negative breast cancer.”