Could gut bacteria drive colon cancer?

Medical News Today   •  May 16, 2018


Lately, researchers are becoming more and more interested in whether variations in the bacterial populations of our guts impact the regulation of gene expression and facilitate the development of colon cancer. A new study from the University of Minnesota in Twin Cities, which has now been published in the journal mSystems, suggests that there is a link between the composition of a person’s gut microbiome and the emergence of colon cancer.

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2018-11-19T22:59:00-05:00May 16th, 2018|Articles|