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At the University of Michigan, research study indicates how composition of gut microbiome may serve as complementary, noninvasive screening tool for colon cancer

from Dark Daily

Microbiologists may play a greater role in the early detection of colorectal cancer, if the findings of a research study at the University of Michigan are confirmed with additional clinical studies. Combining gut microbiome analysis with traditional risk factors for colorectal cancer — such as body mass index, age and race — significantly improved the ability of pathologists to distinguish healthy people from those with precancerous or cancerous lesions, wrote researchers from the UMich in a scholarly paper published in the November 2014 issue in Cancer Prevention Research. more


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