Compelling and an interesting read, but what does this mean: "The researchers ran additional tests to see what happened when the two bacteria and the fungus interacted. Together the organisms produced a thin, slimy layer of microorganisms they say would be able to adhere to various organs in the body, including the intestines, which would likely cause the same type of inflammation known to affect people with Crohn’s."
So, the production of these microorganisms cause the systemic inflammation? Why though? How is there nothing we've put into our bodies for years upon years treated it? How does this equate remission in some patients? I want more answers! I'm ready to get to a specialty compound pharmacy so they can whip up the right probiotics for me, based on this research!
Male, 26 | UC-Crohns since 9/11
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