Cleaning teeth regularly can prevent a major risk of cancer. Indeed, a study has shown that gum disease bacteria can increase the risk of cancer in the alimentary canal. The study examined the relationship between the microbiota found in the mouth and the risk of alimentary canal cancer. Anorectal cancer is the eighth most commonly occurring cancer and ranks sixth in the highest number of cancer deaths worldwide. Actually, the disease is not detected until it reaches a dangerous stage.
The study examined the relationship between the microbiota found in the mouth and the risk of alimentary canal cancer.
The rate of living five years after cancer of the alimentary canal. Professor says that alimentary canal is very fatal cancer. Therefore, there is a dire need to find new avenues for its prevention, stratification of threats and early detection. The cancers most commonly found in the alimentary canal are esophageal adenocarcinoma (EAC) and esophageal squamous cell carcinoma (EACC). Bacteria called Tannarilla forsythia were responsible for increasing the risk of EAC cancer by 21%. At the same time, porphyromonous gingivalis bacteria were responsible for the risks of ESCC. Both these types of bacteria are commonly found in gum diseases.