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Kaposi Sarcoma is the most common cancer among AIDS patients. A team of scientists has now discovered key factors that control the genome maintenance and replication of a virus responsible for Kaposi Sarcoma. The findings suggest a potential, novel therapeutic avenue for the disease.
Researchers found a molecular explanation to a longstanding enigma in viral oncology | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

Scientists have discovered key factors that control the genome maintenance and replication of a virus responsible for lymphatic vascular cancer.