Cancer mutations caused by bacterial toxin preventable
from Medical Xpress
Reports show that cancer is the second leading cause of death globally. Scientists from Duke-NUS Medical School have found DNA mutations in some cancers that link them to a bacterial toxin called colibactin. Their findings, published in the journals
, improve understanding of how some cancers develop, and could help in their prevention.
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