Could the Zika virus be used to kill deadly neuroblastoma cancer?

A doctor with Nemours Children’s Hospital says a new treatment with the Zika virus might be able to target tumor cells in one of the deadliest childhood cancers. The doctor says it could work as a treatment for neuroblastoma by attacking growing cancer cells, leaving other more developed cells alone; however, the treatment still needs to pass trials in human and animal subjects. Read article here…

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