Study: Virus May Pave Way For New Form Of Chemotherapy

04/8/2002 | USA Today

High-doses of a genetically modified strain of adenovirus, a family of cold viruses, has been tested in 35 patients with colon cancer that had metastasized to their livers. Researchers say the high-dose patients survived an average of one year, which is six months longer than expected. "This could be a new form of chemotherapy that kills cancer cells without killing normal ones," says one study author.

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