Why does cancer regrow after effective chemotherapy? Scientists at the Massachusetts of Technology find that, “cues coming from healthy cells in response to the stress of chemotherapy can protect their cancerous neighbors, allowing them (cancer cells) to persist in select refuge sites.”
That stress cue is IL-6, a cellular messenger that stimulates inflammation and activates [...]
The omega-3 fatty acids present in fish oils are well-established as powerful anti-inflammatory agents. So, how do they work? For new information, read the full story here.
Presence of the wrong kind of bacteria in the intestinal tract (dysbiosis) is found to stimulate flares of rheumatoid arthritis in susceptible individuals.
The researchers observed that the bacterial infection imbalanced T cell activity, stimulating systemic inflammation.
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