Relation of Epstein Barr virus with interleukin-10 Levelamongmen with Prostate Cancer in Ramadi City
Keywords:Prostate cancer, EBV, IL-10, Ramadi.
The study aimed at evaluating the relation of Epstein Barr virus (EBV)with level of interlukin-10 (IL-10) in men withprostatecancer(PC). The study was carried out in Ramadi city from 12th of January to 12th of September 2018, and included a total of 95 women withbreast cancerwho admitted to oncology clinic ofRamadi Teaching Hospital whose ages were between 40-80 years. Patients were investigated for detection of EBV by using Real Time PCR and interleukin-10 (IL-10) by ELISA technique.The rate of prostate cancer men with EBV was (16.84%). The highest rate of prostate cancer menwas within the age group 50-59 years with no significant relation between prostate cancer and age. The study showed that the highest means of IL10 level (19.43 pg/ml) were found in prostate cancer men without EBV.There was significant difference (P value<0.05) between EBV infection with IL-10. The highest rate of men withprostate cancer was fromurban areas.
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