Oncolytics kicks off reovirus trial

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Oncology NEWS InternationalOncology NEWS International Vol 18 No 3
Volume 18
Issue 3

Oncolytics will start a U.S. phase II trial on Reolysin (reovirus serotype 3) and chemotherapy for NSCLC. Oncolytics said that Reolysin, in combination with certain chemotherapeutics, results in more efficient and synergistic anti-cancer activity than when each agent is used on its own.

Oncolytics will start a U.S. phase II trial on Reolysin (reovirus serotype 3) and chemotherapy for NSCLC. Oncolytics said that Reolysin, in combination with certain chemotherapeutics, results in more efficient and synergistic anti-cancer activity than when each agent is used on its own.

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