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Coronavirus can attack your gut as well as your lungs. This is what we know so far

It's not just your lungs at risk. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su - RC24CG9G9I84

Martin Veysey

Programme Director MBBS, Hull York Medical School, University of York

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