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What type of cancer is linked to a virus?

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2009-03-10 02:11:46
2009-03-10 02:11:46

A type of cancer that is linked to a virus is Cervical cancer. Cervical cancer developes from an infection with a strain of human papillomavirus.

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NO! Are you kidding me? It's infections, your going to get viruses depending on the type of cancer you get. And cancer has viruses.

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Both oral cancer and lung cancer are.

No, but some on women they are linked to a type of cancer on women so boy yore lucky.

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HPV is the most common virus associated with increased risk of developing cervical cancer.

Genital herpes virus does not cause cancer in cervix, but may contribute to it.

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Epstein Barr virus is a virus caused by a type of herpes. Epstein Barr has been known to lead to hard to treat Mono, MS, and various kinds of cancer.

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Cancer is a mutation of the cells, neither a virus or bacteria, genetics are considered a cause of cancer, along with a lot of myths like microwaves

No it is not. It is a virus.

No. Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is a virus that has the potential to cause cancer and/or genital warts. Just because you have HPV does not mean you have or will have cancer, but we now it is the primary cause of several types of cancer.

no. But it has been linked to getting u high. :D

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