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Cancer-slaying virus may fight childhood eye tumor

Curing the childhood eye cancer retinoblastoma often comes at a cost. The tumor, which sprouts in the retina and primarily occurs in children under the age of 5, is fatal if not treated. Yet chemotherapy can cause permanent vision loss, and patients sometimes need surgery to remove one or both eyes. Now, scientists have found that a cancer-slaying virus seems to combat this cancer in mice without serious side effects.

Read more: https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2019/01/cancer-slaying-virus-may-fight-childhood-eye-tumor

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