As more studies show a link between norovirs and cancer, researchers are looking at whether it can be proven that they can also cause it.
The World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) issued a statement this week stating that the noroviral strain “is considered to be a human carcinogen” and should be “removed from the food chain.”
The agency added that “the current evidence does not establish that norovirin poses a risk to human health.”
That doesn’t mean that there aren’t health risks associated with eating noroviris, however.
According to the CDC, one study in the U.K. found that Norovirus-infected people have an increased risk of developing lung cancer.
That study also found that consuming the virus could increase the risk of heart disease, which could lead to a number of complications.
And a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that norviruses were associated with an increased number of deaths among people over 65 in the United States.
And it’s not just people who are sickened by norovIRVs.
The CDC says that a study conducted in China found that children who were exposed to the virus during childhood were at a higher risk for developing cancer.
The CDC also says that noraviruses are the most commonly used antiviral treatment worldwide.
The virus has been used as a cure for more than 80 years, according to the IARC.
In the past few years, scientists have begun looking at how norovRNAs can cause cancers.
Scientists are also looking at other possible links between the virus and other diseases, such as diabetes and other conditions.
According the CDC’s IARC statement, studies show that the virus can cause lung cancer, heart disease and other types of cancers, as well as liver, kidney and thyroid cancers.