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Diet and Gut Microbes Influence Chemotherapy Outcomes

News   Jun 08, 2020 | Original story from University of Virginia Health System

 
Diet and Gut Microbes Influence Chemotherapy Outcomes

The microscopic organisms that live within us can affect how we respond to chemotherapy, new research suggests. Credit: May be used to accompany news coverage of the chemotherapy discovery. All other uses require express written permission from UVA Health.

 
 
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