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Gut microbiota could be an indicator of early-stage lung cancer

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...
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Gut microbiota is involved in lung cancer

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...
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Lung cancer: major influence of the pulmonary microbiota

According to an American team, the progression of tumor cells in pulmonary adenocarcinoma is likely to be fueled by dysbiosis of the pulmonary microbiota via an impairment of the local immune response. New anti-cancer treatments could be directly inspired by these results.   Lung cancer i...
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