Sugar's wound-healing properties benefit amputee in clinical trial

02/19/2013 | BBC

Three hospitals in the U.K. are conducting randomized, controlled trials to test the effect of topical sugar on wounds. The folk remedy might work by drawing moisture from wounds, thereby preventing bacterial growth. One patient who benefited from the treatment was an amputee with a surgical wound that would not heal.

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