Zika Vaccine May Help in Fight Against Brain Cancer, Study Says
"This could be a great example of science's ability to turn something bad into something useful," Pei-Yong Shi told the Houston Chronicle.
A Zika vaccine was used to target and kill the deadly glioblastoma brain cancer in a study on mice conducted by the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston.
"These findings represent major progress toward developing the Zika vaccine as a safe and effective virotherapeutic treatment for human glioblastoma…”
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