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New study suggests a specific type of gut microbe may cause rheumatoid arthritis.

Could one lowly bacterium, Prevotella copri, train the immune system to produce the type of human immune cell (Th17) responsible for inflammation and bone damage in arthritis? According to a new study, also reported on in Wired, the answer could … Continue reading

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