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The microbiome and human cancer

The role of microorganisms in causing and sustaining cancers has been in dispute for centuries. Through the lens of gut- and tumor-associated microbes, Sepich-Poore et al. review our current understanding of the microbiota in cancer, building a “microbially conscious” framework.


PM2.5 Associated With Gray Matter Atrophy Reflecting Increased Alzheimer Risk in Older Women

To examine whether late-life exposure to PM2.5 contributes to progressive brain atrophy predictive of Alzheimer disease (AD) using a community-dwelling cohort of women with up to 2 brain MRI scans.


Progress in drug treatment of refractory prolactinoma

Prolactinoma is the most common functional pituitary adenoma, accounting for 47%-66% of functional pituitary adenomas. It often causes amenorrhea, lactation, decreased libido and sexual dysfunction due to excessive secretion of prolactin (PRL).


Research leads to better understanding of the immune system in kidney cancer

In the last two decades, immunotherapy has emerged as a leading treatment for advanced renal carcinoma cancer (more commonly known as kidney cancer).


´Friendly′ bacteria may impact COVID severity

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has awarded Vanderbilt University Medical Center a two-year, $3.7-million contract to determine genetic and bacterial factors that may increase the risk for severe illness and death from COVID-19.


Evaluation of serum ATX and LPA as potential diagnostic biomarkers in patients with pancreatic cancer

Pancreatic cancer (PC) is a devastating disease that has a poor prognosis and a total 5-year survival rate of around 5%.


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