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Harmless soil-dwelling bacteria successfully kill cancer

A bacterial strain that specifically targets tumors could soon be used as a vehicle to deliver drugs in frontline cancer therapy. The strain is expected to be tested in cancer patients in 2013.

Quoted from Harmless soil-dwelling bacteria successfully kill cancer on ScienceDaily: Top News

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