Creepy-crawlies may help heal diabetes wounds
To jump-start the healing of difficult diabetic wounds, U.S. researchers have a suggestion: let maggots do the work. To allow such wounds to heal, doctors remove infected or dead tissue with scalpels or enzymes, a process they call debridement. But these tools often fail.
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