A Common Plant Virus Is an Unlikely Ally in the War on Cancer – Ars Technica

Read article - Continued coverage of research from Steve Fiering, professor of microbiology and immunology, and Jack Hoopes, professor of surgery and of medicine, on the use of cowpea mosaic virus in cancer-stricken dogs to find a pathway for developing human treatments. “If a treatment works in dog cancer, it has a very good chance of working, at some level, in human patients,” says Hoopes.