More Microbiome Research May Help Improve Patient Care in Hospitals
OCT 22, 2017 | CONTAGION EDITORIAL STAFF
Silvia Munoz-Price, MD, PhD, associate professor of clinical medicine at the Institute for Health and Society, Medical College of Wisconsin, and enterprise epidemiologist for Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin, calls for more microbiome research in order to ultimately improve patient care in hospitals. Dr. Munoz-Price shares a few questions that need to be answered. For example, what happens to the microbiome when antibiotics are administered?
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