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Viruses that kill cancer

By Sean McNaughton
Globe Staff / January 20, 2004

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The first clue that viruses could fight cancer came around the turn of the 19th century, when a woman with cervical cancer was bitten by a dog. She was injected with live, crippled rabies virus; her cancer shrank. (Full Article: 998 Words)

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