The bacterial species associated with cancer etiology are diverse however the infections they cause share common characteristics the time between acquiring the infection and cancer development is most often years or even decades as seen in cancers associated with h pylori s typhi and s bovis infections. Infections and human cancer cancer surveys volume 33 microbes and malignancy infection as a cause of human cancers book book infections and human cancer cancer surveys volume 33 microbes and malignancy infection as a cause of human cancers microbes and malignancy infection as a cause of human cancers ed julie parsonnet. Today we now know that about 15 20 of cancers have a viral cause including burkitts lymphoma epstein barr virus cervical cancer human papillomavirus and liver cancer hepatitis b and c viruses the return of bacteria if by the 1960s viruses were accepted as a contributing cause of cancer the same could not be said of bacteria. Microbes and malignancy infection as a cause of human cancers julie parsonnet add tags for microbes and malignancy infection as a cause of human cancers be the first similar items infection as a cause of human cancers a schemabook schema . While h pylori infection is a major cause of stomach cancer most people who have these bacteria in their stomachs never develop stomach cancer there is also some evidence that people with h pylori might have a lower risk of some other types of cancer although it is unclear exactly what role the bacteria plays in this
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