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The Week That Wasn't: See-Through Skulls, Fecal Soup, Microbiome Pill

19:34 EDT 26 Apr 2019 | Medscape

This week we review a new device that spies on mouse brain activity, a food safety lawsuit, and a potential treatment for irritable bowel syndrome.
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