• Intestinal Microbes as Carcinogens

Intestinal Microbes as Carcinogens

Fecal microbiota from patients with colorectal cancer (CRC) have carcinogenic properties, researchers report in the December issue of Gastroenterology. Feeding mice stool from patients with colorectal cancer (CRC) increased numbers of polyps, levels of intestinal dysplasia and proliferation, and markers of inflammation in colon, compared with stool from individuals without CRC, the scientists found.

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