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Gut microbiome dysbiosis could be implicated in the pathogenesis of CLL

In this MEDtalk Tereza Faitova, Ph.D. fellow at Rigshospitalet DK, shed some light on that deviation of the gut microbiome from homeostasis, distinguishes patients with CLL from the background populationthe. As CLL represents an antigen-driven malignancy with immune dysfunction, the gut microbiome could be implicated in both the pathogenesis of CLL through an antigenic drive and contribute to the distortion of the immune system.

Tereza Faitova

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