Tumour virus infections
Tumour virus infections are caused by oncogenic DNA or RNA viruses. They can cause cancer by two different processes: directly through the expression of viral proteins that disrupt tissue cells and result in their transformation; and indirectly through mutation of the host cell DNA through viral integration (also known as insertional mutagenesis).
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