Herpes could fight cancer – study — RT World News

A genetically-engineered herpes virus can kill cancer cells by destroying and shrinking tumors

Researchers in the UK have developed a form of herpes simplex that can fight cancer in treatment-resistant patients, according to findings presented at the European Society for Medical Oncology Congress earlier this year. The virus is injected into the tumor, where it multiplies and bursts cancer cells from within while promoting the body’s immune response.


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