Scientists engineer bacteria to combat cancer in mice

  • Researchers at Stanford Medicine have successfully engineered bacteria that could lead to new cancer treatments in the future.
  • Scientists altered the genomes of skin-based microbes and bacteria to fight cancer.
  • The altered microbes were swabbed onto cancer-stricken mice, and the tumors began to dissipate.


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