Shabaana Khader

Washington University in St. Louis

Associate Professor of Molecular Microbiology at Washington University in St. Louis

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Despite huge leaps in modern medicine throughout the 20th century, certain ailments have only gotten more common-- ­­ About one in five Americans now has some kind of allergy, ranging…

When Germs Make You Healthy

Despite huge leaps in modern medicine throughout the 20th century, certain ailments have only gotten more common-- ­­ About one in five Americans now has some kind of allergy, ranging…

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