After the initial success of cancer immunotherapy using immune checkpoint blockers, the challenge is to understand why only a minority of patients respond to the therapy and to increase the rate of response. Three recent papers now report that the gut microbiota modulates the response to anti-PD1 therapy in patients with epithelial cancers or melanoma.
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