A new study has found a new virus that can target and destroy cancer cells while leaving healthy cells intact.
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Scientists at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology in Japan revealed that the Seneca Valley virus reacted to cancer cells while leaving healthy cells intact and found that the virus targeting the future found only in cancer cells, "ANTXR1", was found in 60% of human cancers. Medical Express Site.
Scientists use viruses to treat solid tumors in children and small cell lung cancer, and find that it shows activity in the fight against cancer, knowing that the human immune system is determined to attack the virus, and destroy this threat in about 3 Sunday.
Scientists are still looking for ways to modify the virus to avoid the immune system, because this will turn the virus into a very good weapon against various types of cancer.
According to the World Health Organization, cancer is the second leading cause of death worldwide and is responsible for 9 million deaths in 2018 alone.
The most common cancers are lung, breast, colon and rectal cancer.