Parasitic invasion by a nematode worm could be mistaken for cancer in women presenting with breast lumps, researchers claim after diagnosing calcified filariasis in a woman with bilateral breast lumps
Bovine leukemia virus relation to human breast cancer
EBV in invasive breast cancers.
Parasite lumps mimic breast cancer.
Parasites present as lumps in breast are often clinically suspected to be malignant.
EBV infection and increased sporadic breast carcinoma risk.
Fenbendazole, a broad-spectrum anti parasitic drug in breast cancer.
Human papilloma virus and breast cancer.
Microbial alterations and risk factors in breast cancer.