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The 'superhero' in your vagina: How some women have more HIV-fighting bacteria - and how you can get more too

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Janneke van de Wijgert, of the University of Liverpool, found sex workers were unlikely to have HIV if they had L. crispatus bacteria in their vaginas. She is now looking at probiotics to boost it in others.
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