Tom Paladino's Live Q & A
Thursday, February 12th at 9:00pm Eastern

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Helicobacter pylori has been identified as the causative agent of colorectal polyps, gastritis, peptic ulcers, stomach cancer and colorectal cancer. Additionally, Helicobacter pylori is capable of forming biofilms and typically utilizes its flagella in order to burrow into the mucus lining of the stomach thereby infecting the epithelial cells. This attack on the mucus lining of the stomach serves to compromise the lining of the stomach, thereby allowing acid to penetrate this surface. As a result, acid can now travel though the lining subsequently causing ulcers that further exacerbate leading to infections, internal bleeding and the disruption of food from being properly transported and metabolized.
UTC Tom Paladino's Live Q & A
Thursday, February 12th at 9:00pm Eastern
Helicobacter pylori has been identified as the causative agent of colorectal polyps, gastritis, peptic ulcers, stomach cancer and colorectal cancer. Additionally, Helicobacter pylori is capable of forming biofilms and typically utilizes its flagella in order to burrow into the mucus lining of the stomach thereby infecting the epithelial cells. This attack on the mucus lining of the stomach serves to compromise the lining of the stomach, thereby allowing acid to penetrate this surface. As a result, acid can now travel though the lining subsequently causing ulcers that further exacerbate leading to infections, internal bleeding and the disruption of food from being properly transported and metabolized. https://events.iteleseminar.com/index.php?eventID=65705754
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