Article Date: 15 Jun 2012 - 2:00 PDT
Written by Catharine Paddock PhD
Copyright: Medical News Today

Scientists have discovered when a cancer-killing virus is injected in the bloodstream it hitches a ride on blood cells and evades attack from the immune system, allowing it to reach cancer tumors, and start destroying cancer cells. They suggest this means it may be possible to use promising "viral therapy" during routine outpatient sessions, like chemotherapy, to treat a wide range of cance...

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