After removing the tumor from the experimental subjects, the doctors, together with the complex therapy, began to fight metastases with the help of this virus. Oncolytic virus, together with another tool that allows waking up the body and forcing it to produce antibodies, made it possible to reach 60-90% of cured mice. Dr. Marie-Claude Bourgeois-Dinho, the lead author of the study, said she was surprised by these indicators. “We were surprised when we realized that we were able to cure cancer in most of our mice. We succeeded even with forms of cancer that are resistant to immunotherapy. We believe that this treatment mechanism will also work well in humans. Further research is needed before testing this therapy on humanity,”the researcher concluded.