The first breast cancer vaccine will be tested in humans. According to the Cleveland Clinic, the study will take about a year.
The article notes that it took a total of 20 years to develop the breast cancer vaccine and preclinical studies.
Previously, animal tests had shown promising results. At this point, researchers will test the safety of the vaccine in humans and monitor immunological responses.
According to experts, there are at least ten years left before the clinical use of the vaccine.