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The role of bioengineered honey in wound care

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I found this article on honey very interesting, because my wife's grandmother was majorly helped by honey. She had already had a leg amputated because of gangrene (she was diabetic) and was cared for by my wife's mother. The other leg started to look horrible and one of her toes was starting to go black. My mother-in-law applied honey in a poultice and thankfully, the infection ceased and her leg was saved. Ambrose Kingston, Nojerm Ltd, Innovations in Infection Control, ambrose.kingston@nojerm.com.

Posted date

11 October, 2016

Posted time

10:14 am

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