It’s been tied to birth defects and brain abnormalities in babies, but could the notorious Zika virus lend a hand in fighting brain cancer?New U.S. research suggests that Zika, the mosquito-borne virus that hit Brazil and parts of South America, could be used in a combination therapy to kill brain cancer.It worked in stem cells, at least, according to scientists out of Washington University’s School of Medicine. They injected the virus in stem cells from tumours found in brain cancer patients. They say Zika killed some of the cancer.Story continues belowRelated
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