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Tweaking Gut Bacteria in Mice Reduces Colorectal Cancer Risk

12:21 EDT 15 Aug 2019 | Life Extension Advocacy Foundation

Today, we want to highlight a recent study in which a team of researchers from UT Southwestern demonstrates how adjusting the gut microbiome in mice lowers the occurrence of cancer. What is the gut microbiome? The microbiome describes a varied community of bacteria, archaea, eukarya, and viruses that inhabit our gut. The four bacterial phyla...

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