Mouth Bacteria Can Indicate Different Cancer Risks
A new research found that our mouth bacteria can indicate our risk for different forms of cancer. The scientists suggest that brushing teeth does not just prevent cavities, it also can help cut the risk of developing cancer.
Several studies discovered a link to such cancers as breast cancer, pancreatic cancer, esophageal cancer and bowel cancer. Although the researchers still do not fully understand this link, they believe that the bacteria travels into the bloodstream and enters different organs where they infect tissues.
The scientists hope that further studying of this phenomenon will bring an ability to tell a person what their cancer risk is only looking for the bacteria present in their bodies.
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