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The close interrelation between colorectal cancer, infection and microbiota.

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Summary of "The close interrelation between colorectal cancer, infection and microbiota."

Evaluate the recent literature about the relation of clinical infection and colorectal cancer in terms of diagnosis of an occult infection and possible impact on oncological outcome and review the possible role of the gut microbiota in the role of colorectal cancer oncogenesis.

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Name: Current opinion in oncology
ISSN: 1531-703X
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