Chronic disorder occurring only in low, middle income countries prompts study to understand it at molecular level

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A study of patients with a chronic intestinal condition has helped demystify—but not totally solve—a puzzling disorder that is widespread in low-and middle-income countries, but is largely unseen in wealthier regions of the world.

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