From enemies to allies

October 2012
Mayo Clinic Health Letter;Oct2012 Supplement, Vol. 30, p7
The article reports on new viral therapy developed by Mayo researchers to treat cancer by using viruses as allies, examples of allied virus include adenovirus, vesicular stomatitis virus and malignancy-seeking measles viruses.


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