A Fiber-Rich Diet May Improve Response to Immunotherapy Cancer Treatment

Immunotherapy uses a person’s own immune system to fight cancer. One such treatment uses immune checkpoint inhibitors—medicines that target proteins that switch immune cells on and off. Cohort and animal studies have suggested an individual’s gut microbiome may have an impact on their response to this treatment. A study published in the journal Science set […]
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