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Cancer-killing therapy using common cold virus may save patients with inoperable tumors – Study Finds

Study authors say this is one of the first experiments to prove oncolytic viruses can safely boost existing cancer therapies.

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NEW YORK — When cancer patients have an inoperable tumor, treatment options can be extremely limited — if not impossible. New research is offering some hope for patients batting such devastating circumstances. Doctors at NYU Langone Health say a new virus therapy is offering hope to patients without a surgical option. In clinical trials, a common cold virus combined with an immunotherapy drug infects and kills cancer cells.
Study authors say this is one of the first experiments to prove oncolytic…

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