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A bacteriophage, (informally, phage) is a virus that infects bacteria. The term is derived from “bacteria” and the Greek word “phagein” which means “to devour.” Phages keep bacteria regulated. They are found everywhere, in the soil, water, and inside animals. One fourth of bacteria in the ocean at any given time are infected with phage.
In this webinar, Dr. Satya Ambrose will discuss the clinical uses of bacteriophages. She will discuss the differences between bacteriophages and antibiotics. To outline their clinical relevance, Dr. Ambrose will discuss several cases regarding the successful use of bacteriophages in the treatment of SIBO, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Staph infections, interstitial cystitis, diabetic foot ulcers, osteomyelitis, and Enterococcus infections.
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