Damage to gut microbiome and long-term implications: What can we say conclusively? - By Dr. Jossie Rogacion, Dr. Abkari Abdelhak, Dr. Randy Urtula, Dr. Rashna Dass Hazarika and Dr. Ramesh Srinivasan
The gut microbiota plays an important role in immunity. They have a symbiotic relationship with every host and organism and they positively stimulate the immune system and help in the overall development of the body. Any disbalance or imbalance in the gut microbiome and the host could result in disease. What are the long-term implications of damage to the gut microbiome? Listen to this exciting lecture from Dr. Jossie Rogacion to find out.
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