The Oncogenicity of Human Cytomegalovirus

October 24, 2015 — 1 Comment

The following article explains how CMV or Cytomegalovirus recreates the Hallmarks of Cancer. The following are all signs of cancer: high prevalence of cell growth signaling, evading and disabling growth suppression, resisting cell death procedures, thus enabling cell immortality, building new blood vessels and enabling invasion and thus metastasis.  Chronic inflammation also plays a role in cancer progression as well.  Now see Hallmark by Hallmark how CMV can recreate all of these drivers that together enable cancer.

The Oncogenicity of CMV Research

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One response to The Oncogenicity of Human Cytomegalovirus

  1. 

    So helpful in our understanding of brain cancer. Thank you

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