Chinese University’s Francis Chan speaks at a Thursday press conference where his team unveiled a new probiotic formula designed to help balance the ‘good’ and ‘bad’ bacteria found in the gut. K.Y. ChengChinese University’s Francis Chan speaks at a Thursday press conference where his team unveiled a new probiotic formula designed to help balance the ‘good’ and ‘bad’ bacteria found in the gut. K.Y. Cheng
Chinese University’s Francis Chan speaks at a Thursday press conference where his team unveiled a new probiotic formula designed to help balance the ‘good’ and ‘bad’ bacteria found in the gut. K.Y. Cheng

Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s Chinese University researchers craft supplement to help balance body’s bacteria amid Covid-19 battle

  • Team moved forward with project after discovering many recovering patients had microbe imbalance in intestines
  • ‘Good bacteria are supposed to help with immunity, so we think the missing bacteria make [patients] more susceptible to infection,’ researcher says
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Chinese University’s Francis Chan speaks at a Thursday press conference where his team unveiled a new probiotic formula designed to help balance the ‘good’ and ‘bad’ bacteria found in the gut. K.Y. ChengChinese University’s Francis Chan speaks at a Thursday press conference where his team unveiled a new probiotic formula designed to help balance the ‘good’ and ‘bad’ bacteria found in the gut. K.Y. Cheng
Chinese University’s Francis Chan speaks at a Thursday press conference where his team unveiled a new probiotic formula designed to help balance the ‘good’ and ‘bad’ bacteria found in the gut. K.Y. Cheng
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