Rice May Be Able to Stop a Common Illness

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By Molly Clifton

Japanese researchers have engineered a strain of rice that may stop a common illness.

The scientists added an antibody to rice that can fight off Rotavirus.

The sickness can lead to extreme dehydration especially in developing countries.

There is a vaccine, but doctors say the engineered rice would be a cheap and effective way to prevent rotavirus.



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