Bandwidth Blog & Smile 90.4FM Tech Tuesday: Treating cancer with stealth viruses

Treating cancers with an aggressive, localised virus is not a new idea. It is an idea scientists have been exploring for years, to little success. For cancers that have spread beyond the primary infection site, called metastatic cancers, it doesn’t work well at all. This is mostly due to the immune system attacking the perceived threat as soon as possible. A new stealth virus may overcome this obstacle.

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In this week’s Tech Tuesday segment on Smile 90.4FM we discuss possible future treatments of late stage cancers with newly developed viruses. Listen down below.