(NaturalNews) An experimental cancer treatment has been given “breakthrough” status by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), but is it really a “miracle drug,” as portrayed by the mainstream media?
The treatment, which uses a genetically-altered version of the polio virus to fight cancer cells, has been given fast track status for Phase 2 trials. If the Phase 2 trials are successful, Phase 3 testing may not be required, and a drug based on the treatment could be made available within a few years.
Phase 1 trials of the treatment on an aggressive form of brain cancer called glioblastoma were successful enough to give many people hope that a revolutionary new cancer-fighting weapon might be on the horizon
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