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A team of international researchers recently brought to light the role of gut dysbiosis in lung cancer and identified two bacterial genera which could be used as biomarkers of the disease and its progression. Although the role of the pulmonary microbiota in the pathogenesis of lung canc...
According to a Swedish study, the pancreatic microbiome could have an inflammatory potential and the growth of oral bacteria in pancreatic cystic lesions could be used as a predictive tool for progression to malignancy. Thanks to recent improvements in medical imaging, lesions caused by...
The presence of pancreatic cancer is said to modify the bacterial composition of the lingual microbiota. This characteristic dysbiosis could lead to the development of new diagnostic tools. Pancreatic cancer progresses silently and is diagnosed at a later stage, so much so that today it...