Overuse of antibiotics could increase the risk of developing bowel cancer. Australian Research

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overuse of antibiotics could enhance the risk of developing bowel cancer.

Extended use of antibiotics increased the chance of polyp formation in the colon.

The daily use or overuse of antibiotics could enhance the risk of developing bowel cancer. It was said in a research.  This research is published in medical Journal gut.  Extended use of antibiotics increased the chance of polyp formation in the colon. According to the latest news updates, It is a sign of bowel cancer.

These findings add weight to evidence that the diversity and type of bacteria in the gut may have a major role in the development of cancer.  However, Associate Professor Graham Newstead AM is the Australian bowel cancer expert.

And he is also the Director of Bowel Cancer Australia and head of Colorectal Unit at the Prince of Wales Private Hospital. While he says here is some logic in the research which has credibility. Professor Newstead says we know that frequent use of antibiotics get dioareha.

And this happens because the antibiotic kills some of the normal bacteria of your body. And you get an overgrowth of the abnormal bacteria in the gut. But Mr.Newstead said study did not look at the effect of antibiotics on the colon. United States researchers monitored the health of more than 120,000 nurses. Nurses were aged between 30 and 55.

They were part of “The Nurses’ Health Study. So It was launched in 1976. Assoc Prof Newstead said it does seem to indicate that people who have too many antibiotics might be at big risk of getting polyps than people who have less of them. And remembering that not all polyps turn into cancer but the cancer comes from the polyps

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