Microbiota As Future Diabetes Treatment?

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Medical research is learning new ways to use the gut microbiota every day. From gastroenterology to oncology there are constantly new ideas on how it can help improve a patient's health.

Medical research is learning new ways to use the gut microbiota every day. From gastroenterology to oncology there are constantly new ideas on how it can help improve a patient's health.

Elena Barengolts, MD, from the University of Illinois at Chicago discussed this potential breakthrough during The Endocrine Society's 97th Annual Meeting and Expo in San Diego.

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