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Viruses are generally thought to be a functional component of biological cancers. Many different viruses have been found in malignant tumors as well as being with the ability to promote cancerous growths in laboratory settings.

If is possible that finding a cure to prevent the transmission and infection of cancer related viruses will help promote either and end to cancerous developments within the body itself, or even through removal, help to restore the body's immune system to a state where it can, itself, combat the cancer in question.

Some common viruses related to cancer are: human pappillomavirus, hepatitis B and hepatitis C virus, Epstein-Barr virus, and human T-lymphotropic virus. These viruses are virtually known to be agents in the deadly advances of many types of cancer in human beings.

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