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A Gulp Of Genetically Modified Bacteria Might Someday Treat A Range Of Illnesses

Researchers think genetically engineered versions of microbes that can live in humans could help treat some rare genetic disorders and perhaps help with Type 1 diabetes, cirrhosis and cancer.

Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., appears at a House Education and Labor Committee markup on Wednesday. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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House Votes To Condemn Anti-Semitism After Rep. Omar's Comments

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This courtroom sketch depicts former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort (center in a wheelchair) during his sentencing hearing in federal court before judge T.S. Ellis III in Alexandria, Va., on Thursday. Dana Verkouteren/AP hide caption

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Paul Manafort, Former Trump Campaign Chairman, Sentenced To Just Under 4 Years

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Lori Daigle, 55, and Liz Barnez, 54, at StoryCorps in Fort Collins, Colo. Jacqueline Van Meter/StoryCorps hide caption

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'Everything Just Came Flooding Back': Sparks Of Teen Romance Rekindled 28 Years Later

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A Gulp Of Genetically Modified Bacteria Might Someday Treat A Range Of Illnesses

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