Study identifies factor in development of cervical cancer
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the Ocean Road Cancer Institute in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, published new findings on cervical cancer and say they may have found an important link in those that develop it. According to the joint-release, researchers say bacteria may play an important role in developing cervical cancer. This comes after after joining an ongoing body of research into microbiomes, or the makeup of bacteria that exists in the human body.
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