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Colorectal cancer: from dysbiosis to DNA alteration

The role of dysbiosis in the pathogenesis of colorectal cancer is revealed: it seems to promote colon carcinogenesis via DNA alterations in the host. This could mean that a non-invasive blood test could be used for detection purposes.   Colorectal cancer (CRC) is one of the most common ma...
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Are virome and mycobiome involved in colorectal cancer?

Recent studies explored for the first time the fungal and viral components of gut dysbiosis in patients with colorectal cancer. New diagnostic and therapeutic avenues might arise from the results.   Research on colorectal cancer (CRC) is mainly focused on bacterial populations but is grad...
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Is there a link between intestinal dysbiosis and colon cancer?

Chronic bowel inflammation associated with diet generates alterations of the local microbiota. This dysbiosis could promote the onset of colorectal tumors containing Fusobacterium nucleatum.   Chronic bowel inflammation associated with diet is a confirmed risk factor for colorectal cancer...
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Gastrointestinal cancers

Gastrointestinal cancers have many possible causes. Although genetics and environment have a clear impact, the influence of gastric microbiota has been studied extensively.
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