Suppressing Activity Of Common Intestinal Bacteria Reduces Tumor Growth

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A team of University of California, San Diego School of Medicine researchers has discovered that common intestinal bacteria appear to promote tumor growths in genetically susceptible mice, but that tumorigenesis can be suppressed if the mice are exposed to an inhibiting protein enzyme.

 

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Tue May 25, 2010 02:32 AM

There is a simbiotic (pro and pre together) that is newly released in Australia the ingredients of which have shown to reduce bowel cancer in rats.

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