Could a Vaginal Fluids Transplant Help Cure Bacterial Vaginosis?

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Could a vaginal fluid transplant help women keep things healthier down there? Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is the most prevalent vaginal infection for women ages 18-44, but there is no perfect cure. Scientists are looking to extract healthy fluids and transplanting it into someone with BV. Dr. Laura Ensign at Johns Hopkins University shares about trying to get this research into clinics.

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