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Herpes might be a cure for cancer according to groundbreaking research
cancer - and it comes in an unsuspecting form.New preliminary research published this week suggests that a genetically modified version of the herpes virus could be used to treat difficult tumours.One patient who had an advanced form of the disease even experienced a total remission after receiving the treatment, so far lasting for 15 months, it was revealed in the European Society for Medical Oncology Congress (ESMO). READ MORE: TikToker, 21, gunned down after mysterious late-night phone caller said 'go outside' Lead author of the research and professor of Biological Cancer Therapies at The Institute of Cancer Research, Kevin Harrington, said: "Our study shows that a genetically engineered, cancer-killing virus can deliver a one-two punch against tumours - directly destroying cancer cells from within while also calling in the immune system against them."The viral treatment developed by Replimune is known as RP2 and is genetically engineered from the herpes simplex 1 strain, responsible for most cases of oral herpes and some cases of genital herpes in humans.RP2 works in two ways - firstly, the virus can reportedly selectively infect and kill certain cancer cells when directly injected into a tumour.It also blocks a protein produced by cancerous cells, known as CTLA-4, and forces them to produce a different molecule called GM-CSF, which weakens the cancer’s ability to fight the immune system.In an initial trial conducted by the Institute of Cancer Research and the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, nine patients who hadn't responded to other treatments were given RP2 on its own to test its effectiveness.It was also given to 30 patients in combination with another treatment.Three of the nine patients on RP2 alone
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Love Island fans left flustered as Andrew's 'excited' bulge protrudes from boxers
Andrew Le Page had Love Island fans swooning over him as he revealed a little too much in a new TikTok video with his girlfriend, Tasha Ghouri.The former real estate agent who found fame on the 2022 series of the ITV dating programme often shares a glimpse into his life behind closed doors with his followers.But it appears as though Andrew is no longer leaving anything off limits as fans got an eyeful of what's between his legs in his latest TikTok video.READ MORE: Love Island’s Andrew and Tasha get matching tattoos weeks after leaving ITV showIn view of his 162,100 followers on the video-sharing app, he and Tasha showcased their personal handshake alongside Lewis Capaldi's song Forget Me, which has become a viral trend.However, fans were taken aback by the sight of Andrew in his boxer briefs and quickly flocked to the comment section to gush over the "excited" star."Why's nobody talking about his," before adding an aubergine emoji which is often used to describe a penis.Before a second commented: "Nice package.""She likes his package..." said another.Before a fourth joked: "Watts in your pants mate looks like the size of Europe [sic]," which Andrew found amusing."Andrew was a wee bit excited down there at the start!" exclaimed another.It appears their relationship is going from strength to strength with the couple getting matching tattoos just weeks after leaving the famous Majorca villa.Taking to his Instagram Stories, Andrew shared a snap of two rose outlines which he cryptically captioned: "For everyone wondering what we did today."Meanwhile, Tasha went on to share the same image as well as one of her sticking her tongue out as she lay on her side while the tattooist got to work permanently inking the side of her
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