Injected bacteria found to reduce tumors in rats, dogs and humans
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A modified version of C. noyvi bacteria has been found to produce an anti-tumor response t...

Bacteria found in soil called Clostridium novyi (C. novyi) is known to cause tissue-damaging infections. But researchers from John Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center have developed a modified version that triggers an anti-tumor response in rats, dogs and humans. The breakthrough could complement existing methods to provide better targeted treatment of cancerous growths… Continue Reading Injected bacteria found to reduce tumors in rats, dogs and humans

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