I’m not kidding when I say that my gut and my immune system are in such a state of flux right now that I can’t even tell you the first thing about them.
But there is one thing I can tell you: My gut is sick and I have no idea how to deal with it.
It’s not just that I’m a little sick; it’s that my immune systems are completely out of whack.
As the first-ever pediatric gastroenterologist to be appointed by President Donald Trump, Dr. Andrew Kolodny is a member of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS).
He has dedicated his career to understanding the immune system, which has been described as the single most important factor affecting our health.
I think we have a lot of work to do in the United States, and in the world, if we want to have a healthy and strong immune system.
In my research, I have been studying the effects of vaccination on the gut microbiome.
Dr. Kolodney and his team have discovered that a vaccine containing recombinant bovine serotype 1 (rBST-1) and the bovid-11-producing adjuvanted dengue vaccine (DV-11) can prevent and treat chronic, inflammatory gut diseases.
We are also working to understand how this vaccine works and how it can be used in the clinic to reduce the incidence of infections in the gut.
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