London: A research team at the University of Pennsylvania, US, has claimed to have found a clever way to deal with cancer.The technique uses a disabled form of the HIV virus, which leads to AIDS, to carry genes into white blood cells called T-cells.These T-cells are then reprogrammed to attack cancer - with startling results, the Mirror reported.An American child of six was suffering from a deadly form of leukaemia that was resistant to all forms of treatment and her doctors had run out of options.Her parents sought an untried, experimental treatment at The Children`s Hospital of Philadelphia, US.
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