A review in Science Magazine by Greg Sepich-Poore, Ph.D. et al. looked at research that shows how bacteria, viruses and fungi of the microbiome are pervasive among human cancers, are key actors in cancer immunotherapy, and are potentially engineerable to treat metastases. Advances in microbiome research are improving our understanding of immuno-oncology and driving new diagnostic and therapeutic approaches.

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