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Fecal microbe transplants help cancer patients respond to immunotherapy and shrink tumors

By Diwakar Davar, Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh
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Whether or not you respond to a certain medicine or therapy doesn't just depend on you. The microbes in your gut play a role in the success or failure of various drugs, including cancer therapies.

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