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NYU Researchers Have Transformed A Virus Into A Better Cancer Killer

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July 16, 2001
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New York University Medical Center And School Of Medicine
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Scientists have found a way to greatly rev up the cancer-killing ability of a genetically engineered virus, a finding that may eventually lead to more potent anti-cancer therapies that capitalize on the ability of viruses to reproduce in the body.

NEW YORK, - Scientists have found a way to greatly rev up the cancer-killing ability of a genetically engineered virus, a finding that may eventually lead to more potent anti-cancer therapies that capitalize on the ability of viruses to reproduce in the body.


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New York University Medical Center And School Of Medicine. (2001, July 16). NYU Researchers Have Transformed A Virus Into A Better Cancer Killer. ScienceDaily. Retrieved April 15, 2014 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2001/07/010716113032.htm
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