In some young children who develop type 1 diabetes a change in normal stomach bacteria was detected a year before disease development. Dr Aleksanar Kostic, a postdoctoral fellow of the Broad Institute at Harvard and MIT studied 33 children who had an increased risk of type 1 diabetes.
Researchers from the Department of Urology at NYU and from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, the Brady Urological Institute and the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center examined the effects of genes and prostate cancer risk.
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