Report: Appendicitis surgery “not needed” in 75% of cases

(Natural News) When most people think of appendicitis, they also think of appendectomy — or the removal of the appendix. For years, removing the tiny organ has been something of a standard procedure in the treatment of appendicitis. But new research shows that surgery is often not necessary. Appendicitis is characterized by abdominal pain, primarily…

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