Anything but maggots, GP says
Maggot therapy's all very well, but what happens in the case of an over ambitious feeder or an insatiably hungry maggot?
That's what the GP winner of this year's Australian Doctor's reader survey 'What doctor's won't do', wants to know.
The first time Dr Nasr saw maggot therapy in action was during a nine-week elective stint at the University of Dhaka’s Medical Centre in Bangladesh.
“Over there it is quite common," he says. "They use the maggots in wound therapy. The