The precise relationship between viral infection and malignancy
remains an epidemiologic association and the subject of active
investigation. Nonmalignant hematologic disorders have a similarly
complex relationship with cancer-associated viruses and may offer
insight into the pathogenesis of oncogenesis. This book explores
the relationships between viral infections, immune impairments and
the hematologic and malignant diseases, particularly against the
backdrop of the HIV epidemic. By extending the scope to all of
viral oncology the editors provide an invaluable resource on tumors
related to other viruses other than HIV, particularly carcinomas of
the cervix and anus with HPV and tumors of the liver with the
various hepatitis viruses.
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