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Biodiversity loss could be making us sick – here’s why

Microbes are essential in a healthy ecosystem and a healthy immune system. Image: Reuters/Manfred Rohde/Helmholtz-Zentrum

Jake Robinson

PhD Researcher, Department of Landscape, University of Sheffield

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