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Recurrent miscarriage: could this devastating condition have a simple cure?

Recurrent miscarriages are often caused by endometriosis, a condition that affects one in ten women and leads to inflammation and lesions within the womb lining. Researchers now believe the condition could be caused by an imbalance within the gut microbiome, and could be treated with a simple course of antibiotics. Abi Millar profiles two research groups exploring this theory.

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