A technique developed several years ago at Duke University involving an engineered hybrid of poliovirus and rhinovirus has shown great promise in treating a lethal form of brain cancer. A new study released by the team has described in detail how this modified virus both attacks tumor cells and triggers the body's immune system to do the same, suggesting it could also prove effective against other cancers...
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