Published in Cancer Weekly, February 16th, 1998
The adenovirus used in the treatment is an inactivated cold virus that carries a thymidine kinase gene. It reportedly makes the cancer cells susceptible to the anti-viral drug acyclovir, which is used to fight herpes virus infections.
The adenovirus is a very infective organism that takes the thymidine...
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