Compromised microbiome found to predict blood infections in pediatric cancer patients

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(Natural News) Long, flexible tubes called central venous catheters, or central lines, are used to give cancer patients the blood, fluids, medicines, and nutrients that they need. However, in the U.S. these central lines are linked with at least 400,000 blood infections annually. A lot of these blood infections are deadly and they cost the healthcare system…

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