infections might play a significant role in many chronic diseases

There's growing support for the idea that infections might play a significant role in many chronic diseases...cancer, cardiovascular disease, asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, etc.

There are skeptics...but the whole concept is picking up momentum now that some diseases have been PROVEN to be caused by an infection...ulcers and H. pylori...liver cancer and hepatitis C...rheumatic heart disease and strep throat...cervical cancer and human papillomavirus...etc.

Researchers suspect that infections lead to chronic disease by causing inflammation...stimulating abnormal cell growth...and triggering an inappropriate immune response.

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