Maggot Therapy and Cancer


The primitive, carrion-breeding habit of blowflies has been known, recorded and used for medical purposes for centuries past. The aboriginal Ngemba tribe of New South Wales, Australia commonly used maggots to clean suppurating or gangrenous wounds, a practice which they traced back to their remote ancestors [1]. The Hill people of Northern Burma were… (More)


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@inproceedings{Baer2016MaggotTA, title={Maggot Therapy and Cancer}, author={Willian Baer}, year={2016} }