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We all have an idea of what viruses are; not the malicious programs that infect our laptops, but the infectious agents that cause diseases like Ebola or the flu. These biological viruses are generally...
Scientists were able to cure patients of skin cancer with a genetically modified virus, making it the first successful virus-based treatment in a phase three trial. Malignant melanoma is the most dangerous form of...