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Dutch scientists have found that altering a patient’s microbiome with antibiotics before a vaccination can boost the body’s resulting immune response against rotavirus infection. Rotavirus causes severe vomiting and diarrhea and largely affects children. Over 200,000 children are killed by ...
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