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The microbiome has been called the forgotten organ — and it could hold the 'next paradigm shift in science and medicine' (MCRB)

The microbiome, or the assortment of all the bugs that live in and on you, have a lot of influence on your overall health. It's something researchers are trying to go after to see if targeting the microbiome could in some way treat diseases, or amplify the response people have to other treatments. One biotech veteran, who now runs a company focused on the microbiome, sees this as "the next paradigm shift in science and medicine.
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