Identifying Helicobacter pylori’s role in digestive and systemic disease

Identifying Helicobacter pylori’s role in digestive and systemic disease

Learn the associations between H. pylori and various important extragastric diseases, as well as the mechanisms behind them, including systemic inflammation, hypochloridia, anaemia and methylation and autoimmunity.


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