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Infection related neoplasm /cancer

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Infection related neoplasm /cancer: neoplasm or cancer caused or exacerbated by microorganism infections; includes bacteria, protozoa, etc, but for cancers resulting from virus see VIRUS RELATED NEOPLASM /CANCER, or NT's.
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