Anti-virus {virus COVID-19}: Yes! Were used to Resolve it as a Cancer Problem. It Works for Ebola! | OMICS International | Abstract
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Advances in Cancer Prevention
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Anti-virus {virus COVID-19}: Yes! We’re used to Resolve it as a Cancer Problem. It Works for Ebola!

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When viruses infect host cells or organs, the dysfunction of these parts (or tumors) is a result. We name it “a tumor” then we tackle it as a cancer issue! Very straightforward: it works for Ebola.

We have options in oncology: Surgery, Radiation, Chemotherapy, and Immunotherapy. Depending on the rate of its spread, we use one or a combination of those treatments. The rate of success depends on the stage (spread of tumors).

Infection with COVID-19 often causes a severe acute respiratory syndrome. We could consider it as a lung cancer, and treatment plans for it are already well-established in the field of oncology. It’s a virus, so the patient should be considered a candidate for treatment with immunotherapy (or vaccines) based on our body’s defense against cancer.