Contemporary Theories of Cervical Carcinogenesis: The Virus, the Host, and the Stem Cell

@article{Crum2000ContemporaryTO,
  title={Contemporary Theories of Cervical Carcinogenesis: The Virus, the Host, and the Stem Cell},
  author={Christopher P Crum},
  journal={Modern Pathology},
  year={2000},
  volume={13},
  pages={243-251}
}
Cervical cancer is a complex disease that, by its association with human papillomavirus (HPV), has elicited research in a broad range of areas pertaining to its basic diagnostic and clinical aspects. The complexity of this association lies not only in the fundamental relationship between virus and cancer but also in its translation to pathologic diagnosis and clinical management. Offshoots from the relationship of virus to pathology include studies targeting the link between papillomavirus… CONTINUE READING

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