Cancer and Gene therapy ( T gene) 
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 Cancer and Gene therapy ( T gene)

I saw on a network morning show information on a new succesful T gene therapy
using a diactivated cold virus in cancer patients. Basically, this T (it has an
specific number. I want to say T52 or 56 but I'm not sure) has tha ability to
dstroy cancer cells. So what they do is introduce the gene to a deactivated
cold virus taht then is introduced to the cancer patient. Once the virus had
reach the cancer cells the T gene will destroy the cancer cells.
I wasn't able to get the name of the research group or the hospital where this
studies are taking place. I would really like to be able to contact them. If
somebody have seen the same program or know more about them and who they are,
would you please let me know?
Any help will be appreciate.

Wed, 27 Jun 2001 03:00:00 GMT
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