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Can the lung microbiota reliably predict lung transplant rejection?

Predicting transplant rejection is every surgeon’s dream and every patient’s hope. According to a study published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine, an increase in lung bacteria could predict chronic transplant rejection (chronic lung allograft dysfunction, or CLAD) in healthy adult lung transplant...
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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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Could the gut microbiota be a tuberculosis signature?

While tuberculosis-associated disruptions of the gut microbiota have already been described, a study went even further in the characterization of this dysbiosis and identified some species that signal this disease.   The ability of the gut microbiota to remotely communicate with organs su...
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Allergic asthma

Imbalances in intestinal flora in infants favors the development of allergic asthma. Studies have been carried out on the prevention of allergic asthma with probiotics or prebiotics. 
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Asthma

The intestinal and pulmonary microbiota may be involved in the onset of asthma. Research is in progress.
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Cystic fibrosis

Cystic fibrosis is a rare genetic disease that is characterized by serious respiratory and digestive disorders. The intestinal microbiota may be involved in the pathophysiology and progression of this disease.
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