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SWAT team of immune cells helps reduce infection rates in babies after cleft lip surgery

(Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University) The mouth is widely considered the dirtiest part of the human body, yet babies have surprisingly low infection rates following cleft lip and palate surgery.
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