A non-lethal form of the polio virus may prove to be a viable treatment option or even a complete cure for malignant brain tumors and other forms of cancer.

While conducting polio virus research in 1998, Dr. Matthias Gromeier of Duke University Medical Center discovered by accident that the polio virus could attack cancer cells.

Based on those findings, researchers now theorize that those who have been immunized against polio may possess immunity against the polio virus, thereby benefiting from its ability to attack cancerous tumors in the human body.

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