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Cancer immunotherapies unleash the body’s immune system to fight cancer, but microbes living in a patient’s gut can affect the outcome of those treatments, two research teams have found. Their studies, published on 2 November in Science, are the latest in a wave of results linking two of the hottest fields in biomedical research: cancer immunotherapy and the role of the body's resident microbes, referred to collectively as the microbiome, in disease.

 

Sources: Nature, 2 November 2017; Science, 2 November 2017; Science, 2 November 2017.

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