Latest Oncolytic virus Stories
Recruitment is ongoing at Texas Children's Cancer Center for a Phase 1 clinical trial in children with cancer using a novel immunotherapy approach called oncolytic virus therapy.
Oncolytic virology uses live viruses to sense the genetic difference between a tumor and normal cell.
They have been around since the dawn of time and are a model of evolutionary success: viruses.
Researchers have engineered a virus that can selectively target cancer cells throughout the body.
Canadian researchers have discovered that a tumor cell marker is a receptor for measles virus, suggesting the possible use of measles virus to help fight cancer.
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