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The new studies could pave the way for anti-cancer therapies that control the makeup of these bacterial communities.

A experimental human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine may be capable of killing cervical cancer cells, according to an early clinical study of the vaccine published in the 10 October issue of the journal Science Translational Medicine.

Using a cellular telephone while driving or walking clearly causes accidents, yet some people may be more worried about getting brain cancer from cell phones—a concern that has been largely dispelled by public health authorities.