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  • Writer's pictureLeila Okahata

CVI research featured on NBC's TODAY Show


Our breast cancer vaccine research was featured on the January 30th morning broadcast of the TODAY Show on NBC News. The story was part of an announcement of a new initiative launched to bring an end to breast cancer through vaccines: the Pink Eraser Project. Led by award-winning journalist Kristen Dahlgren and acclaimed breast cancer advocate attorney Michele Young, this nonprofit brings together doctors and researchers from the nation’s top cancer centers to accelerate the development of breast cancer vaccines. The video segment featured our very own Dr. Nora Disis, advisor for the Pink Eraser Project, and Bridgette Hempstead, who received one of our breast cancer vaccines and is a member of our patient advisory council.


Pink Eraser Project co-founder Kristin Dahlgren and the TODAY Show visit the CVI lab. Click the arrow to view more behind-the-scenes photos. Photo Credits: Kiran Dhillon


"Can you imagine a world where no one would die of breast cancer because of a vaccine?" said Dr. Disis on the TODAY Show. "The time is now."


Watch the video to hear more and see inside the Cancer Vaccine Institute lab: https://www.today.com/health/womens-health/kristen-dahlgren-leaving-nbc-breast-cancer-vaccine-rcna136292




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