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004 _ Brustkrebs als Viruskrankheit

004 _ Brustkrebs als Viruskrankheit

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Published by: Elisabeth Rieping (1950 - 2009) on Jan 13, 2013
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 Forum Elisabeth Rieping
(http://www.erieping.de/forum/showthread.php?t=4)  Stichworte: Brustkrebs als Viruskrankheit (Fragmente), Breast Cancer, viral diseaseLibeth 19.02.2006 11:08
Breast Cancer as a viral disease
 I am very interested to develop a place for the discussion of breast cancer as a viral disease. As there are not much more people all over the world who are interested in breastcancer as a viral disease and as they are spread all over the world, I hope this is a possibility to improve the situation. Here I hope to find people who are interested in this field.I don
t think, that this will be easy. But anyway I am going to follow the development in this field and hope that others interested in the same field, will over the join thediscussion. LibethLibeth 08.03.2006 09:10http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&li st_uids=16516398&query_hl=1&itool=pubmed_docsum This is a link to a new, not yet completely published paper on possible infective origins of human breast cancer from the university of Munich.The authors 
.discuss hints on transmission by dogs which have been kept by breast cancer patients more frequently before
diagnosis of their disease. 2006 Mar 2; [Epub ahead of print]
Do dogs harbour risk factors for human breast cancer?
Libeth 08.03.2006 09:33http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&li st_uids=16276510&query_hl=1&itool=pubmed_docsum A link to paper on MMTV like sequences in some but not all humans, rhesus maquaques and cats.Here it is important that not all members of those species harbor the sequences but only some, possibly those who were infected.I have to look whether the maquaques were wild animals or animals raised in captivity which might have come in contact to bovine milk.Libeth 08.03.2006 09:46My personal favorite for a breast cancer virus is the bovine Leukemia virus BLV. This is a virus which might be transmitted by cows milk derived formulas. On the hints of thebreast cancer risk factors to bottle-feeding as a source of an infective agent transmitting a latent virus leading to the later developement of breast cancer in humans and petsthe following link: http://www.erieping.de/bcabstra.htm  Libeth 08.03.2006 09:50Another question is why the human breast cancer virus reproduceably never got discribed. I discussed this underhttp://www.erieping.de/bcvsear.htm Libeth 10.03.2006 10:39
s from the abstract from
Do dogs harbour risk factors for human breast cancer?
It is also conceivable that other microbes from the dog, for example bacteria, couldparticipate in the first steps of carcinogenesis in human. It was recently shown that bartonella species promote vascularization and prevent apoptosis of infected cells with thesame methods as helicobacter pylori. After all bartonella seems to be present in horse and stable flies.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&li st_uids=15324557&query_hl=3&itool=pubmed_docsum 
well, interesting alternative to a milk borne virus. LibethLibeth 10.03.2006 10:49A paper on bartonella infektions im mammals which one can read completely in the net. Libethhttp://jcm.asm.org/cgi/content/full/...id=11230398ine Libeth 19.03.2006 20:40Pogo and Holland are going to present a paper on a Human Mammary Cancer Virus they found on the Meeting der American Association of Cancer Research.

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