Fred from Canada forwarded me several interesting links about a virus that “seems to want to kill myeloma cells,” according to Dr. Don Morris with the University of Calgary:
Myeloma breakthrough at the U of C
Researchers at the University of Calgary are looking at using a virus to treat a cancer called multiple myeloma. On Wednesday’s edition of the Eyeopener, host Jennifer Keene spoke with Dr. Don Morris, the lead researcher on the study…
CICK HERE to listen to this fascinating radio interview on the CBC.
And CLICK HERE to view a TV news report about the same virus–known as reovirus:
Reovirus treatment the cure for cancer?
Wed, Aug 29 : Reovirus has been found to effectively kill breast and colorectal cancers and now a Calgary team is seeing results against the blood cancer multiple myeloma. It’s a cancer that is incurable but researchers hope this work could give patients new hope…
Love those Canadian accents! Especially in the second report out of Montreal.
Dr. Morris stressed how well this new therapy may work when combined with existing therapies. Hope he’s right!
Feel good and keep smiling! Pat