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Not all tumor microbiomes are the same, with bacteria varying in frequency and diversity depending on tumor type. This is particularly so since each type of cancer (breast, lung, brain, bone, etc.) has its own specific signature. The presence of bacteria in human tumors is no new discov...
Intestinal dysbioses have been detected in patients with early-stage lung cancer. Could this lead to the development of an early-stage, non-invasive test that would speed up care and improve chances of survival? Often diagnosed at an advanced stage, lung cancer is associated to a high m...
The presence of Gardnerella in the cervicovaginal microbiota of women with high-risk oncogenic papillomavirus may indicate an increase in microbial diversity and predict progression towards precancerous lesions. The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infe...