Mayo Clinic: Massive dose of measles vax killed cancer

The measles vaccine may be capable of more than just preventing measles. According to the Minneapolis StarTribune, a single, massive dose wiped out blood cancer that had spread inside the body of a patient involved in a clinical trial. While only one of two subjects in the experiment achieved complete remission, the trial provides proof of concept that one large dose of an intravenous viral therapy can eradicate cancer by overwhelming its natural defenses, researcher Dr. Stephen Russell told the paper. More