Project stealth: Making friends with an enemy to kill cancer
Project Stealth: Making Friends with an Enemy to Kill Cancer
Daniel A. Saltzman, M.D., Ph.D.
AS Leonard Endowed Chair in Pediatric Surgery
Professor, Surgery and Pediatrics
Chief, Division of Pediatric Surgery
University of Minnesota Medical School
The treatment of cancer requires a paradigm shift that requires us to have treatments available that are effective and non-toxic. Bacteria based cancer therapies represent an emerging area that has much promise primarily because they have shown to be effective and non-toxic. An innovative cancer therapy research program will be presented.