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The development of oncolytic virus therapy has gained momentum over the past decade, due to its relatively safe mode of action and potential to enhance existing treatment options. A third of cancer vaccines in development are now oncolytic viruses, which are being developed for about 40 different types of cancer. In Vivo takes a closer look at therapies in development to see what the future holds for this promising therapy.
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