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Oncogenic viruses, with the exception of HCV, require the host RNA splicing machinery in order to exercise their oncogenic activities. Continue reading
To date, seven viruses have been consistently linked to different types of human cancer, and infections are estimated to account for up to 20% of all cancer cases worldwide. Continue reading
Oncolytic viruses are natural or genetically modified viral species that selectively infect and kill cancer cells. Continue reading
Do retroviruses cause breast cancer? Continue reading
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