[Liver cancer and hepatitis B and C virus].

Abstract

Chronic infection by hepatitis B and C viruses is frequently associated to the development of primary liver cancer. Liver cirrhosis, induced by these viral infection, plays an important role in the liver carcinogenesis. In addition, HBV has a direct role in liver cell transformation by a transactivating effect of some viral proteins as well as insertional… (More)

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@article{Brchot1992LiverCA, title={[Liver cancer and hepatitis B and C virus].}, author={Christian Br{\'e}chot}, journal={La Revue du praticien}, year={1992}, volume={42 13}, pages={1621-7} }