Mixed results for early human trial using poliovirus to treat deadly brain cancer

Researchers at Duke University have recently revealed the results from a Phase 1 clinical trial investigating the efficacy of an experimental treatment using a genetically modified poliovirus to attack a lethal form of brain cancer. The results are mildly promising but don’t suggest this will be a magic bullet of a treatment…
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