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Scripps Physician Provides Context to Recent Cancer Research Finding

Molecule found to kill bacterium that can cause stomach cancer

Walter Coyle, MD, head of the gastroenterology division at Scripps Clinic Torrey Pines, weighed in on the significance of the recent UCSD report that a molecule found in vegetable oils may help reduce infection from a common bacterium that can cause stomach cancer and peptic ulcers.

Scientists from UC San Diego recently reported that a molecule found in vegetable oils may help reduce infection from a common bacterium that can cause stomach cancer and peptic ulcers. Walter Coyle, MD, head of the gastroenterology division at Scripps Clinic Torrey Pines, weighed in on the significance of this finding in a recent U-T San Diego article.


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