Interferons are a group of natural proteins that are produced by human cells in response to viral infection.
All interferons have varying degrees of antiviral and anti-tumor properties.
There are three known classes of interferons; alpha, beta, and gamma. They are currently being used by doctors to treat diseases involving a person's immune system such as hepatitis, cancer, multiple sclerosis, AIDS, perianal and genital warts, as well as granulomatous disease.
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