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Tag Archives: cancer
Oncolytic virotherapy – using viruses to treat cancer – is a hot topic. Continue reading
Viruses versus cancer. Who’s your money on? Continue reading
A nice review on human papillomavirus infections. Continue reading
Some bacteria are associated with certain cancers. But do they cause tumour formation? Continue reading
Hmm, this sounds like a good exam question for next year’s paper. Continue reading
For a long time, HBx has been suspected of playing a role in hepatocarcinogenesis, either directly or indirectly. Continue reading
Eyebrow hairs from actinic keratosis patients harbor the highest number of cutaneous human papillomaviruses. Continue reading
New human polyomviruses keep being discovered – what are the consequences of infection? Continue reading