Genetics of Cervical Cancer raise concern about antiviral Therapy in some Cases

It could be dangerous to use antiviral treatments or therapeutic vaccines with women whose lesions already show signs of HPV integration

Genetics of cervical cancer raise concern about antiviral therapy in some cases
It could be dangerous to use antiviral treatments or therapeutic vaccines with women whose lesions already show signs of HPV integration

A new understanding of the genetic process that can lead to cervical cancer may help improve diagnosis of potentially dangerous lesions for some women, and also raises a warning flag about the use of anti-viral therapies in certain cases – suggesting they could actually trigger the cancer they are trying to cure.

Read Genetics of cervical cancer raise concern about antiviral therapy in some cases
by OSU researchers from Oregon State University, 06/19/2013.

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