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  • Dr. Sivaprasad,

After century of removing appendixes, docs find antibiotics can be enough.

In a five-year follow-up, nearly two-thirds of patients never needed surgery.

After more than a century of slicing tiny, inflamed organs from people’s guts, doctors have found that surgery may not be necessary after all—a simple course of antibiotics can be just as effective at treating appendicitis as going under the knife.

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