FEATURES OF THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE EPSTEIN-BARR VIRUS AND THE HUMAN ORGANISM IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF LYMPHOPROLIFERATIVE DISEASES
*Abdiganieva S. R.
The role of the virus in the induction of carcinogenesis is still not fully understood. It can participate in genetic alterations of lymphocytes, leading to malignant transformation of these cells, and contribute to immunodeficiency states, against the background of which there is an increased proliferation of neoplasm. There is no direct relationship between the already developed oncopathology in conditions of virus association and the worst outcome of the disease, however, antiviral prophylaxis has a positive effect on the course of lymphoma treatment.
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