Scientists Discover a Passive Virus That Destroys Breast Cancer Cells

by , 09/28/11
filed under: Design, Design for Health, News

Penn State College of Medicine, adeno-associated virus type 2, AAV2, breast cancer, HPV, cancer fighting virus

Breast cancer affects one in eight women during their lives, and it is the most common cancer experienced by women in the United States. But with a recent discovery made by a team of scientists at the Penn State College of Medicine, a cure could be on the horizon. The scientists have discovered a virus that’s capable of killing human breast cancer cells in just seven days.


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