A type of bacteria might speed up the growth of colon cancer
Bacteria to blame?Science Photo LibraryBy Clare WilsonMost colon cancers may be caused by infections with bacteria that are normally found in cows. For decades we have known that Streptococcus gallolyticus gallolyticus (SGG) is sometimes found in colon tumours, but now the microbes have been found to directly cause tumour growth in mice. Cancer arises...
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