viral therapy

vi·ral ther·a·py

the use of genetically altered virus particles for delivering genes to specific sites for the purpose of therapy.

viral therapy

the use of genetically altered viruses to deliver genes to specific sites.

vi·ral ther·a·py

(vī'răl thār'ă-pē)
Use of genetically altered virus particles for delivering genes to specific sites for the purpose of therapy.
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Stock-out of Bactrim in health centres was order of the day and shortage of staff in these health centres coupled with no space for receiving Anti- retro viral therapy (ART) meant that PLHIV were combined with other patients.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 28, 2015-Amgen to introduce IMLYGIC as the novel and first-in-class oncolytic viral therapy in patients with melanoma recurrent after initial surgery
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Among these weight is a modifiable factor and obese patients should be advised to lose weight before embarking them on anti viral therapy in order to improve their chances of viral clearance.
At the moment, there is no strong anti- viral therapy for this ( Japanese encephalitis) except for a vaccine that the government imports from China," Mahima Datla, the company's senior vice- president, said at the launch here.
Dr Waqar, highlighted the efforts of Sindh government regarding the hepatitis program, and sand that thousands of peoples from Sindh were receiving free Interferon and anti viral therapy from zakat and bait-ul-mal funds.
VCN will get further financing from Grifols pending successful development of viral therapy candidates.
A $10 million grant from the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR) will enable the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute fund research and development for new therapeutics for cancer patients, including the development of oncolytic viral therapy products.
Harrington (Institute of Cancer Research, London, UK) provides an overview of the current status of viral therapy of cancer, focusing on the biology, selectivity, and clinical applications of viruses that have been used as cancer therapies.
Immunosuppressive drugs, carefully administered, may become necessary elements of viral therapy.
At present, a total number of 6,456 patients are registered and 4213 are receiving regular Anti Retro Viral Therapy (ART) in Punjab.