THE ROLE OF HERPETIC INFECTIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND COURSE OF NON-HODGKIN'S LYMPHOMAS
*Abdiganieva S. R., Tillyashaykhov M. N., Izrailbekova K. Sh. and Ravshanova N. B.
High infection with herpetic infections of patients with lymphomas was revealed. It is important to understand the relationship between the immunological criteria of the body and infection, which leads to viral contamination of the body, while increasing the risk of developing chronic virus carriage, which in turn leads to the development of the oncological process. Pathogenetically, it looks like this, the immune system protects the body by monitoring the appearance of tumor cells and oncogenic viruses, and chronic inflammation can increase tumor growth and metastasis. Despite everything, immunity remains a system that supports homeostasis in the body, but at the same time, immunodeficiency can contribute to the formation of lymphomas.
Keywords: infections, immune system, polychemotherapy, immunocompetent cells, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
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