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Chemotherapy, radiation and other treatments for cancer often have side effects. Now the FDA has approved a promising new therapy — using modified viruses to kill cancer cells.

Can the Herpes Virus Kill Cancer?

Chemotherapy, radiation and other treatments for cancer often have side effects. Now the FDA has approved a promising new therapy — using modified viruses to kill cancer cells.

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