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Thursday, October 23, 2014

HHV-6 and Glioblastoma

 

What is a glioblastoma and how is it treated?

 

http://www.cduma.com/blog/what-is-a-glioblastoma-and-how-is-it-treated/

Glioblastoma risk factors:
Like most tumors, there is no known cause of brain tumors like glioblastomas, however, some people believe there is a link between alcohol consumption, ionizing radiation, and the viruses HHV-6, SV40, and cytomegalovirus. More common risk factors include:
  • Age, particularly for those over 50
  • Gender, with a slight skew towards men than women.
  • Being diagnosed with a low-grade astrocytoma (brain tumor), which can develop into a higher-grade tumor.
  • If you are Caucasian, Hispanic, or asian.
  • Having a diagnosis of neurofibromatosis, Von Hippel-Lindau disease, Turcot syndrome, tuberous sclerosis, or Li-Fraumeni syndrome

GASTROINTESTINAL HHV-6 INFECTION IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION PATIENTS AND PATIENTS WITH END-STAGE KIDNEY DISEASE COMPLICATIONS - INFECTIONS

http://65.54.113.26/Publication/29710825/gastrointestinal-hhv-6-infection-in-kidney-transplantation-patients-and-patients-with-end-stage

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