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Parasitic worms hold back human progress. Here’s how we can end them | Ellen Agler

Parasitic worms hold back human progress. Here’s how we can end them | Ellen Agler

These are worms. Not the kind of worms you find crawling in the dirt. These are parasitic roundworms. They live inside a human being’s intestines. Each of these worms can grow up to 12 inches long, and there are 200 of them in this jar for a reason, because that

Meet Our Doc: Edwin de Zoeten, Digestive Health Institute

I started in the lab and got my PhD in immunology. And then found that I really wanted to work with patients. At the same time my mother developed ulcerative colitis, which is one type of inflammatory bowel disease, and so that really stimulated my interest in IBD–ulcerative colitis and

Dr. Eric Liu Removes Neuroendocrine Tumors in Patient’s Liver

Dr. Eric Liu Removes Neuroendocrine Tumors in Patient’s Liver

(upbeat guitar music) – I’m a mom, I’m a grandmother, I’m a wife, I’m a daughter, I’m a sister, and I’m a friend. (somber piano music) I had a cough and it was the end of 2011 and I just didn’t seem like I was getting better and I went

Emergency Ferret Care : Stress Ulcers in Your Pet Ferret

Emergency Ferret Care : Stress Ulcers in Your Pet Ferret

Hi! My name is Fran Friedman and I’m with Morning Star Animal Sanctuary and I would like to talk about stress ulcers in ferrets on behalf of expertvillage.com. Stress ulcers are very common. We probably see them more often here at Morning Star Sanctuary because ferrets are often separated from

Liver Transplant: The Surgery, Recovery and Quality of Life | Q&A

Liver Transplant: The Surgery, Recovery and Quality of Life | Q&A

[MUSIC] The liver transplant procedure generally takes between four and eight hours. The patient will come to the hospital, often the night before, then go down to the operating room. Often, for about two hours of anesthesia before the surgery even begins. They then undergo a procedure in which their

Functional Bowel Disorders

>>One of the things that patients will tell you is most troubling to them is that feeling of isolation. That feeling that they’re the only one in the world that’s suffering with these problems. That feeling that there’s no way for them to share their illness experience with even their