Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by natasa778, Jul 25, 2014.
I wonder what else could be flying under the radar, right under under our noses ...
Alex, your phage hypothese.
Phages are not new. This is a new species, and one found in people's gut bacteria. It demonstrates that we might indeed be phage infected. Whether or not its pathogenic as a secondary consequence is unknown. Further, the primary interest is in using it to control bacterial infections. It has more potential utility than antibiotics.
My doctor told me I was infected by a gut virus.
I told him it was just a phage I was going through.
Or was it going through you?
I'm sure we have all sorts of common infections that don't affect people with healthy immune systems.
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