TUESDAY, Sept. 5, 2017 (HealthDay News) — The Zika virus is well known for causing devastating brain defects in fetuses. But what if scientists could use that ability to do something good?

Researchers report that they think they might be able to harness the virus’ attraction to developing brain cells — instead of adult brain cells — as a potential treatment for a deadly type of brain cancer.

In lab and animal experiments, scientists from Washington University School of Medicine in St….

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