Bacteria found in colon cancer tumors.
A research team at Harvard University has found evidence suggesting that a specific bacteria found in colon cancer tumors makes its way to tumors in other body parts traveling with metastasizing cells. The bacteria is a possible link to being a cause of colon cancer.
Their findings showed that in many cases the same strain was found in both the colon and the liver in patients where the cancer has metastasized. They also found that patients who have colon cancer and did not have evidence of the bacteria in the tumor did not have the bacteria in their liver tumors.
In an experiment using rats, researchers implanted tumors from human patients into healthy rats. They found that those tumors which also had the bacteria took hold and began growing. The tumors that did not have bacteria failed to take hold. They then tried treating the mice with an antibiotic known to kill F. nucleatum and found that in doing so they did indeed slow the growth of the tumor. They are currently conducting more research to see if the bacteria play a role in development of tumors.
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Yirka, B. (2017, November 24). Study suggests colon cancer cells carry bacteria with them when they metastasize. Retrieved April 10, 2018, from https://medicalxpress.com/news/2017-11-colon-cancer-cells-bacteria-metastasize.html