How gut bacteria beats colorectal cancer

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University of Minnesota post doctorate fellow Matt Hamilton displays a sample of faecal bacteria at the St. Paul, campus in 2012. The faecal matter is used to treat patients with Clostridium difficile, an intestinal disease that is caused when a person's gut flora is eliminated by antibiotics.

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How gut bacteria beats colorectal cancer

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