Today, the field of oncology is exploring new and diverse ways to fight cancer, from antibodies to vaccines to cracking the genetic code. All of these biological elements affect how cancer starts and how doctors can treat it. But according to a review published today in Science, the bacteria living in and around our bodies may hold keys to more effective cancer treatment in the near future.
- Gut microbiota signatures are associated with toxicity to combined CTLA-4 and PD-1 blockade
- A synthetic consortium of 100 gut commensals modulates the composition and function in a colon model of the microbiome of elderly subjects
- ‘Multi-kingdom dialogue’ between internal, external microbiota
- Gut microbiota-derived short-chain fatty acids promote prostate cancer growth via IGF-1 signaling
- Diet alters entero-mammary signaling to regulate the breast microbiome and tumorigenesis