Published in MD Week, November 30th, 2007
Thirty years later, a Colorado pharmacist has found his retirement has taken unexpected directions as a result of Ogarkov's research program.
During the 1970s, Ogarkov's researchers were studying lactobacillus bacteria, which made sense to the Russians, as these bacteria are found in traditional Eastern European foods such as yogurt. Called "probiotics" in current market jargon, the researchers believed...
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