Changes in gut microbiome in only one subset of helminth-infected patients

Over the last decade, it’s become clearer than ever that bacteria in the human gut– collectively termed the microbiome–play a key role in health and disease. Now, researchers have shown that a subset of people with soil-transmitted helminth infections have changes to their microbiome when treated for the infection.
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