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Research Field Cancer, Animal models, Drug discovery

Cancer and the Microbiome

As our understanding of the microbiome’s impact on human health continues to grow, its relationship within the context of varied disease pathophysiologies and treatment response is becoming clearer. Though early studies of the microbiome have primarily focused on diseases of the gut, such as inflammatory bowel disease, attention is increasingly being placed on understanding potential links between the microbiome and a wider range of disease states, including cancer. Despite a growth in publications investigating the microbiome in general – and links between the microbiome and oncology in particular – the rate of high-impact publications has lagged behind the broader field of microbiome research.  Nevertheless, such studies have yielded noteworthy results that may profoundly impact the prevention, treatment and prognostication of cancer.

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About the Authors

Ivan Gladwyn-Ng

Field Applications Scientist at Taconic Biosciences


Alexander Maue

Director of Microbiome Research Services at Taconic Biosciences

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