Cancer researchers identify need for this…

It appears that the microbiome’s ability to help fight cancer is being recognized. This study identifies weaknesses in current cancer care protocols, pointing out that chemotherapy and antibiotics diminish the microbiome, and that the microbiome increases immune response to cancer cells. So, really, part of cancer care should be building up the microbiome. Just an example of one of those times that the most advanced science proved the need for ancient practices 🙂 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24832470

One thought on “Cancer researchers identify need for this…

  1. Clint Paddison

    Love the title of the study!! Some rare humour in the research space 🙂

    Hope you are doing great

    On 28 Sep 2016 10:53 PM, “The Symbiont Factor Blog” wrote:

    > Dr. Richard Matthews posted: “It appears that the microbiome’s ability to > help fight cancer is being recognized. This study identifies weaknesses in > current cancer care protocols, pointing out that chemotherapy and > antibiotics diminish the microbiome, and that the microbiome increases” >

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