Professor Howard Jenkinson, who led the study that periodontal disease and bleeding gums are common ailments that many groups of people, including the elderly, pregnant women and diabetics. Developing new ways to control these infections requires deeper understanding of the microbes involved, their interactions and how they are able to be incorporated into dental plaque, he said.
The research collaboration between scientists at the University of Southern California was admitted supported by grants from the National Eye Institute and the National Center for Research Resources.Foundation. Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute, Harvard School of Public Health, of University of New Mexico, and at Harvard Medical School also contributed to the study. Citation : Cancer Research Left: Joanne B.. The results of , published in the journal Cancer Research could to help smokers who should for lung cancer.
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