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‘Unusual’ cancers emerged after the pandemic. Doctors ask if covid is to blame.

A University of Colorado team lead by James DeGregori, PhD, deputy director of the University of Colorado Cancer Center, found in an April preprint report that SARS-CoV-2 and the flu virus can cause dormant cancer cells in mice to proliferate in the lungs.

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