The microbiome – the universe of microbes that live in our gut – is the most exciting and important frontier in medical science; the kind of frontier which needs brave and compelling explorers. In James Kinross, a researcher, teacher and colorectal surgeon, the gut has got one. Tomorrow, we begin an in-depth exploration of a world within our bodies which was largely unknown 20 years ago. Today, Tortoise editor James Harding talks to James Kinross to map out the new territory.
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