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Colon Cancer Fueled by Bacteria and Cell Stress

News   Sep 18, 2018 | Original story from the Technical University of Munich (TUM)

 
Colon Cancer Fueled by Bacteria and Cell Stress

Professor Dirk Haller discovered that it is not cell stress alone that leads to tumor growth, but the cooperation of stress and microbiota, here with Sandra Bierwirth (left) and Olivia Coleman. Credit: A. Heddergott/ TUM

 
 
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