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Top doctor says 20% of cancers caused by chronic infections

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A leading scientist is saying that approximately 20% of all forms of cancer are caused by chronic infections, Newsday newspaper is reporting. (The article by


A leading scientist is saying that approximately 20% of all forms of cancer are caused by chronic infections, Newsday newspaper is reporting.

Dr. Andrew Dannenberg, director of the Cancer Center at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center in Manhattan, estimates that pathogens underlie anywhere from 15 to 20% of cancers affecting people globally.By Gene Koprowski, Editor-in-Chief

author by W. Finnerty.publication date Mon Dec 17, 2007 08:41Report this post to the editors

"One of the primary pathways by which food or water become contaminated is from the release of untreated sewage into a drinking water supply or onto cropland, with the result that people who eat or drink contaminated sources become infected."

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