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Resident microbes can modulate inflammation and therefore, influence immune cells' reaction to tumour cells. ©iStock

Probiota Asia 2017

Probiotics and cancer: How the gut microbiome can affect cancer risk

By Cheryl Tay

The microbiota has major implications for cancer risk and provides a possible target for probiotics to play a role in treatment regimes, according to Medlab Clinical's medical research director and University of Sydney professor Luis Vitetta.

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