Our immune system is the body’s defense mechanism and is a big concern presently given its huge importance to human health. Science continues to show that perturbations of the microbiome, whether it be gut, lung or elsewhere may play a significant role in the development of disease. Similarly the science is also showing that restoration of the microbiome can help in the healing.
Dr. Samuli Rautava, MD, PhD
Head of Department of Neonatology, Assistant Professor of Neonatology, Adjunct Professor of Experimental Pediatrics
Helsinki University Hospital, University of Helsinki, University of Turku
Dr. Martin Yvon Desrosiers
Université de Montréal
Nicholas West, PhD
Senior Research Fellow
Menzies Health Institute QLD, Griffith University
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