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On the basement of the Biomedical Research Institute in Diepenbeek, Hannelore Bové (28) peeps through a Zeiss microscope to a few drops of urine from a boy from Brussels. She projects the results on her screen. At first glance, a monotonous black rectangular plane appears. But Bové points us to a small white dot, like...
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