a Scientist from the cancer center at the University of Michigan, PhD grace Chan explained how the condition of the gut influences the development of colorectal cancer.
the Researchers found that the violation of the intestinal microflora affects the development of cancer.
New experiments with mice have shown that the number of types of intestinal bacteria by stimulating specific CD8 cells, therefore protecting the body from disease T-cell depleted and lose their properties. This increases the susceptibility to cancer.
we identified nine different populations of bacteria, which can both stimulate and repress tumor growth, says Medicalxpress.