This Week in the British Journal of Cancer | GenomeWeb

In the British Journal of Cancer this week, researchers in Italy report the presence of human papillomavirus in the breath condensate of lung cancer patients. For this study, they investigated HPV infections in 89 lung cancer patients and 68 controls, and were able to detect HPV in the exhaled breath condensate of 16.4 percent of the lung cancer patients. "HPV 16 and 31 turned out to be the most widespread genotypes.

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