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Medical Oncology and Tumor Pharmacotherapy

, Volume 4, Issue 3–4, pp 187–192 | Cite as

Papillomaviruses in human genital cancer

  • Harald Zur Hausen
Viruses and Cancer Risks
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Keywords

Cervical Cancer Genital Wart Penile Cancer Epidermodysplasia Verruciformis Laryngeal Papillomatosis 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Harald Zur Hausen
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  1. 1.Deutsches KrebsforschungszetnrumHeidelberg 1F.R.G.

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