Salmonella proves useful in killing off cancerous tumors

Salmonella bacteria could prove a new weapon in the fight against cancer, say researchers at the University of Milan. Scientists discovered that treating cancerous tumors with the bacteria not only kills cancer cells in mice, but also spurs an immune system response that effectively vaccinates the body against future tumor growth. Researchers hope to begin human trials next year.

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