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A strain of the virus that causes the common cold has been found to potentially target, infect and kill cancer cells, according to researchers from the University of Surrey.
In a study published in the journal Clinical Cancer Research, scientists investigated the safety and tolerability of exposure to the oncolytic (cancer killing) virus coxsackievirus (CVA21), a naturally occurring strain of the common cold virus.
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