New research: Could beneficial viruses colonise the infant gut microbiome — helped by breastfeeding?

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Documentary filmmaker MICROBIRTH, Author YOUR BABY’s MICROBIOME and Founder MICROBIOME COURSES. For a free mini-course, go to https://microbirth.teachable.com

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