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Genetically modified virus may shrink incurable brain cancers

Tiny phages that usually infect microbes could fight cancer Science Photo Library/Getty By Michael Le Page People with incurable melanomas and brain or breast cancers are to get injections of tumour-fighting viruses. The trial will test the safety of a vi…

Tiny phages that usually infect microbes could fight cancer
Science Photo Library/Getty
By Michael Le Page
People with incurable melanomas and brain or breast cancers are to get injections of tumour-fighting viruses.
The trial will test the safety of a vi…
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