'Trojan Horse' therapy kills cancer cells?

SYDNEY Under the current treatment, cancer patients are injected with chemotherapy drugs that attack both cancer and healthy cells. But the new treatment uses /*chemotherapy*/ to target the cancer cells directly.

Researchers injected mice with human cancer cells and then tested the /*Trojan Horse*/ therapy. They say they have achieved 100 percent survival rate. Human clinical trials are set to begin in the coming months.

Reuters contributed to this report.

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