Back to article: The influence of the microbiota on immune development, chronic inflammation, and cancer in the context of aging

FIGURE 2: Interplay of the microbiota and immune system influence cancer development during aging. The immune system and native microbiota contribute to cancer both directly and indirectly via chronic inflammation, aberrant changes in various immune responses, DNA damage, and alterations to the efficacy of anti-cancer therapies.

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