Indirect Targeting of Cancers via Oral Microbiome Modification

@inproceedings{Vale2017IndirectTO,
  title={Indirect Targeting of Cancers via Oral Microbiome Modification},
  author={Salvador Vale},
  year={2017}
}
The aim of this manuscript is to call attention that the modification of the oral microbiome, a possible issue nowadays, can reduce the incidence of some cancers even distant of the oral location. Although with possibly inconsistent effects in the treatment of established cancers, their potential preventive role will open new avenues of research and have important implications for clinical science. 

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