Mouth Bacteria May Trigger Colorectal Cancer, Harvard School of Public Health and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Study

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Two new studies published this week suggest that a type of gut bacteria found in the mouth may trigger colorectal cancer by influencing the immune response and switching on cancer genes. The researchers believe their findings may lead to more timely and improved ways of diagnosing, preventing, and treating colorectal cancer.

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