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COULD GUT BACTERIA DRIVE COLON CANCER?
National Cancer Institute (NCI) figures suggest that 140,250 new cases of colorectal cancer could be diagnosed in the United States in 2018. Among all the known risk factors for this cancer, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) name a family history of colon cancer, an unhealthful diet, and obesity. Lately, researchers are becoming more and more interested in whether variations in the bacterial populations of our guts impact the regulation of gene expression and facilitate the development of colon cancer. MARIA COHUT READ MORE