ON CERTAIN DEBATABLE PROBLEMS OF ETIOLOGY AND PATHOGENESIS OF MALIGNANT TUMORS,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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It is concluded that cancerogene induces in tissues the synthesis of cancerogenic nucleoproteide. Further development of the process follows the path of synthetic re production in cells of this pathological substrate. In recent years literature has made broad use of the term viruslike formations in application to the malignancy factor separable from the cell. It appears that this similarity is based on nucleoproteidic formation and infectious viruses, malignancy factors, and many biologically active substances. It does not reflect the nature of the discussion about the endogeneous and exogeneous origination of malignant tumors which appears to be the basis in solving debatable problems of their etiology and pathogenesis.