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Interview Hannah Wargill with Qiagen – Insights Magazine

15 November 2019

Gut microbiomes as a cancer therapy

A person’s microbiome not only affects their overall health, but also the effectiveness of certain therapies. Dr. Hannah Wardill researches gut-species with the goal of lowering the side effects that come with oncological patient care.

https://www.qiagen.com/us/insights-magazine/gut-microbiomes-as-a-cancer-therapy

Last modified:20 November 2019 11.34 a.m.

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