The effect of bacteria on healthy and carcinogenic cells

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Nagham Mahmood Aljamali


There are only a few types of bacteria that cause diseases. These types are called pathogens, which negatively affect cancerous tumors through the transformation and development of some types of bacterial infections into malignant tumors. Bacteria inhabit the body naturally and peacefully can sometimes cause diseases. Bacteria can cause disease by producing harmful substances (toxins or toxins), invading tissues, or both. Some bacteria can trigger inflammation that can affect the heart, nervous system, kidneys, or digestive tract. Bacteria (such as Helicobacter pylori) can increase the risk of developing cancer. Some types of bacteria may be used as biological weapons. These include those that cause anthrax, botulism, plague, and tularemia.


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Aljamali, N. M. . (2022). The effect of bacteria on healthy and carcinogenic cells. Innovative Journal of Medical Sciences, 6(1). Retrieved from
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