Can microbes enhance the efficacy of immunotherapy?
Maryam Mahdi | | Quick Read
Why don’t immunotherapies work for everyone? The answer isn’t entirely clear – but new research published in Science sheds some light (1). According to Lukas Mager, a senior postdoctoral researcher at the University of Calgary and first author of the paper, specific bacteria in the gut microbiome play a significant role in the success of immunotherapies in treating certain cancers.
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