Intestinal flora helps the drugs to kill cancer

Oncology is a relatively new branch of medicine in which there are a huge number of unsolved mysteries. Scientists and doctors are constantly invent bundles of drugs that help fight cancer cells.

The study, whose results are published in Medical News Today, States: the flora of the intestines may help chemotherapy drugs in the fight against tumors. In particular, this applies to cyclophosphamide, which activates the immune system to attack cancer education.

Scientists have noted an interesting effect. Anticancer drug initiates the transfer cells of the flora of the intestine into the bloodstream in small amounts. This causes activation of the protective properties of the organism against bacterial and cancer cells. This process leads to activation of effector lymphocytes. These cells are able to absorb the cancer process, helping in the work of the chemotherapeutic drug.

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