Could an electrical implant end misery of diabetes and asthma?
CULTURE
February 11, 202013 min read2591 words
Published: February 11, 2020  |  13 min read2591 words
 Monday, Feb 10th 2020| 126 Diagnosed with Crohn’s disease at 13, by the time she reached 25, schoolteacher Kelly Owens had given up all hope of living a normal life. The debilitating inflammatory bowel disease affects about 300,000 people in the UK, causing diarrhoea, extreme ti...
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