Not All Viruses Are Bad

You’ve heard the bad here’s the good

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If viruses could think, they would surely regard humans as upstarts — late entrants to a crowded biosphere; blowhards, who believe they’re far more important than they are and certainly far more important than any other organism.

If they had feelings, viruses would have many reasons to look down on humans, not least because these tiny…

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Decoding the microbial angle to health and the microbial world.

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