ICGEB DNA Tumour Virus Meeting 2015

Viruses and Cancer in Trieste

12% of all human cancers are caused by virus infections. These include cervical and other anogenital cancers, head and neck tumours, several types of leukaemia as well as gastric and skin cancers.

This year's meeting, #DNATV15,  is organized by the ICGEB in the context of the "Arturo Falaschi conference Series". Over 120 talks and 90 poster presentations highlighting major breakthroughs in our understanding of the mechanisms by which viruses cause cancer, and which will also provide insights into novel thereapeutic and diagnostic approaches for addressing these human health problems.

This is the fourth time that the meeting is being held in Trieste, organized by Lawrence Banks who heads the Tumour Virology laboratory in Trieste, at the forefront of international research into the molecular mechanisms by which human papillomaviruses (HPVs) cause malignancy.

Read more: #DNATV15 Press Release

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