Tumour destroyers


By Andy Coghlan THREE patients with incurable neck and head cancer have survived for three years after being treated with a combination of chemotherapy and a cold virus that has been modified to attack tumours. “All these patients were considered no-hopers beforehand,” says Fadlo Khuri, head of the team that developed the treatment. All three have remained free of the disease for three years. Patients with head and neck cancer seldom survive for longer than six months to one year when treated with chemotherapy alone. Khuri and his colleagues,
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